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Cpu upgrade latitude d800

I changed the cpu (1.6Ghz/1M to 1,7GhZ/2M) in Dell Latitude D800 and the notebook now hangs in the boot sequence, the progress bar stops in the last quarter, so i can't enter the bios setup.
The power off button works.

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  • andreas_krat Jan 29, 2009

    Hello,

    the lock light is on, the old CPU is working.

    Thank you.



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What do the Lock Lights indicate (Flashing , ON, ON perchance) it appears that the CPU is either not compatible or bad. Have you tried the original porcessor?

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