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I HAVE CHANGED MY PROCESSOR 600MHz TO 933MHz. NOW I HAVE A PROBLEM THAT MY COMPUTER IS HANGED AFTER 3 OR 5 SECONDS. MY CPU MANFUCTURED BY GATEWAY INTEL CHIPSET 810.

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Is your motherboard support that kind of processor?

Do you run it with the previous installation with the old processor, which is in the harddrive? Its best for clear installed so that all settings are configured to your new setup. Your new setup remembers the old processor.

Sometimes setting the bios to default and reconfiguring it once again solve the problems.


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