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the trick is that there is more than one spot where you can plug in the CPU fan, had the same issue with an HP myself. try a different spot to plug in the CPU cooler. mine was in the upper right hand of the board and was labeled CFAN. the one i thought was for the CPU (it was same color as the fan connector) was actually a case fan connection.
u can serch it in internet by writing xp or vista supported msi u100 laptop or note book softwere. i get 15 45 insprine dell lap top softwere for xp becasu i wanted to remove vista. www stock.com help u.
This is the Asus site for Windows Vista drivers for your board; if you are using a different o/s then you can change it on the top of the page & it will list the drivers for that o/s. Hope this helps & please take a moment to rate this solution fixya. Thanks. http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us
I'd advise don't start thinking below E2180. As per the performance go, E2180 and AMD Athlon 64 X2 5000+ are almost same but E2180 runs cooler. If you are going to use dedicated graphics card, go for E2180 and if you want a CPU for Integrated Graphics go for AMD Athlon 64 X2 5000+ because most of the 780G/790X chip-based AMD-compatible boards offer superior IGP.