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Re: Error "press f1 tocontinue" after each resart
I expect that the BIOS can not set up theprocessor correctly... can not set the proper Vcc or frequencies asthey are not in the tables included in the BIOS. It might be possible,if you could get into the BIOS and stay there, to set the processorparameters manually but idont think there is a processor voltageadjustment available in your BIOS. About all you can do ispurchase a compatible Core archetecture processor. Your board supportsthe AMD Socket AM2 Athlon 64 FX / Athlon 64 X2 / Athlon 64/ Sempron M2N-MX SE Plus supports the latest AM2+ CPUs with better overclocking capabilities and less power consumption check out here for more http://www.cpu-upgrade.com/mb-ASUS/M2N-MX.html Edit
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This could have been a RAM issue or a BIOS issue. Check your RAM first and reset your CMOS. If possible upgrade your BIOS version from the manufacturers website. but be very careful if you do so. a wrong move may spoil your Board completely.
The first thing I would try is to clear CMOS. Either set the jumper on the motherboard to do this, or even remove the battery, and wait half an hour or so. When installing a new CPU, and even RAM, you should always clear CMOS.
It means the 3 pins for that fan are not working on motherboard . I suggest you use the motherboard 3 pins for the chasis fan and buy a CPU fan with 4 pin setting that connects to your power supply ( much better current )