Hi i have a ms9327e + usb motherboard im having problums upgrading the proc , i put the processer in i hear a beep like normal but nothing comes on screen i not sure if processer is damaged but was assured it worked as its second hand of ebay came in recomemned box , was wandering if i need to change anything on the motherboard >>>> please help , thanks
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Re: upgrade proc from 1.7 to 2.8 ,
Try to find out from manufacture which processors are supported in different bios versions. You might have to upgrade the bios with your old processor as long as the bios you are upgrading to supports the new processor. This is true even if you have to downgrade bios meaning going to an earlier bios. It might not go into bios after the first reboot with old processor because it might not be supported but your new one is. this is when you do the CPU swap.
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Hello sir hi, try cleaning the memory modules of your PC. also review your power supply connection. and check the following sequence of events.
1. power on the PC.
2. fan should be blowing.
3. keyboard light, scroll, numlock and capslock lit and then goes off. (if this does not lit, you have a mother board problem)
4. you should hear a beep. (1 beep is normal, 1 long and 2or3 short beeps, means display problem)
5. the numlock is lit. (no light means problem on the motherboard)
6. the display monitor will now display the CMOS.
7. your drive should turn/spin or HD led lights.
Im not so sure if the motherboard develops errors due to being not used for a long time, and may now have slimes and battery leaks that may be present on the board, a visual inspection is needed here, remove your motherboard out of the case and inspect all area for chemical creeps.
hi im josh in cebu phils. friend do not overclocked your pc. go to the bios again and select the restore default. snce that is on beep try check first the video card and the memory befre you restore the defaults. good luck
Only cards that work with this board are AGP 4x graphics cards or possiblly AGP 8x cards that are backwards compatible. If you buy an 8x card do your research to make sure it's backwards compatible before purchase. Newer graphics cards are pci-express x16 or pci-e 2. These will not work with your board. Hope this helps & please remember to rate my answer. Thanks.
Hi your mobo can support processors of 400 FSB . The best you could do is use a 2.4 or 2.66 ghz processor . Processors of 533 FSB or beyond are not supported , all these are uni core proc., the newer procs., are all dual or quad cores so beware do not buy a wrong processor
to upgrade your going to have to take the laptop apart and remove the heatsink on top of the cpu, then disconnect the cpu, and then install another cpu in place of it, apply therman greeze and put the cpu heatsink back on. and reassemble your laptop.