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I bought my system in 2008as a m9060n after some warranty repairs it tells me it is now a m9040n not the m9060n i bought. Even the serial # and prod# are different. I don't care anymore. no help from future shop or hp. I performed clean instal of win7 pro 64 bit and added pc2 6400 ram. The bios reads it as pc2 5300 ram so does cpu-z. How can i access a bios update so i can access and change these values in my bios or even perhaps that will read the ram as it should? even a bios rollback that will do this would be good enough?
Clayton .to reset BIOS you have to clear CMOS.should be a button on the motherboard push it down 1-2 seconds.if no button you have to remove the CMOS-battery 10-20 seconds be careful with any locks,or hooks holding the battery in place.the battery looks like a watchbattery.
Posted on Apr 27, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Yes, you should download all of the Windows updates and keep installing them (and rebooting if needed) until there are no more updates to install. It sounds like you don't even have Vista Service Pack 2 which has been out for a long while now.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
It helps if you give the right specification - the W11 is the 6221, not the non-existent 6121.
You have 2 x 2.4 Xeon in a Socket 604 package. The only CPUs these could be are the Tigerton - it certainly does support 64-bit operation, as well as VT.
You have little choice in processors - Tulsa, Tigerton and Dunnington.
The Tigerton is a little ripper! 2 x 4MB on-die cache, 1066 internal FSB, wide voltage range and low power consumption (80W).
You have a 4 processor 64-bit box - if it isn't poweful enough for you (and I can't see why - I run 50 concurrent VM users on less), you can only go to the 2.93 Tigerton as an upgrade. The other CPUs have more horsepower, less torque!
Don't get hung up on processor speed - for 64-bit big cache rules.
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
sounds like your motherboard lost a control chip. that makes the power supply cycle off, when m/b doesn't send correct signals to continue boot.
Posted on Nov 27, 2009
Yes, it the Intel 965 Express chipset will support processors that are based on the 64-bit technology.
This is to include the;
1) Intel G965 Expresschipset
2) Intel P965 Express chipset
3) Intel Q965 express chipset
1) Intel Support, and the main support page for the Intel 965 Express series of chipsets,
In the top list given, you can click on -
Associated Intel Processors,
to see if the processor you have is compatible.
2) This is a List of Intel Chipsets, on Wikipedia,
I have linked the page so that it comes up directly on the Core 2 chipsets.
Here looking down the left column, you will see the G965, P965, and Q965 Express chipset's listed.
You can scroll across to the right for each chipset listed, and see what processor types the chipset supports.
There isn't an Intel Core 2 processor made, that isn't a 64-bit processor.
This is a List of Intel Core 2 processors,
Posted on Feb 13, 2010
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