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Asus f3j bios mod for upgraded ram


Not sure what you are asking about. Asus site says the motherboard will take DDR2 533/667MHz SDRAM, 2x SO-DIMM socket expandable to 2GB
Which means DDR2 533mhz 1 gig per slot total 2gig
or DDR2 667mhz 1 gig per slot total 2 gig

To enter BIOs press F2 at boot up, but no setting should need to be changed.

They do not have a BIOs update for increasing the memory limits.
BIOs upgrades from first to current are.
BIOS 304
Update new CPU Microcode
System plays wave file and causes garbage sound.
BIOS 305
To fix system cannot do battery pre-charge process when an unknown/failure battery insert.
Support Intel Extend ID CPU:Merom Celeron 530 CPU.
BIOS 306
To fix system cannot do battery pre-charge process when an unknown/failure battery insert.
BIOS 307
Fix System hang at ASUS LOGO on SATA HDD with factory recovery image
Last upgrade date is 2008 7 14

Mar 14, 2014 | ASUS F3Jc Notebook

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My CPU keeps showing BIOS checksum error when booting up even i changed the battery with a new one


Remove the BIOS battery fr approx. 15mins (this will reset the BIOS back to the default settings) then insert the BIOS battery and configure the BIOS Date and Time etc.

Mar 22, 2011 | Asrock P4I45GV R5 Motherboard

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UPDATING BIOS... DISK BOOT FAILURE INSERT SYSTEM DISK


This happens because the boot process fails: either because in the boot order the floppy isn't mentioned (put it first) or the bootdisk isn't good.
BTW you should update the BIOS only if you have problems, like a new processor not being recognized.

Dec 11, 2009 | Foxconn WinFast K7S741MG Motherboard for...

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DISK BOOT FAILURE, INSERT SYSTEM DISK AND PRESS ENTER... i have a mother board K7S741MG-6L, bios version 426wp225, i have this problem BIOS CHECKSUM ERROR , KEYBOARD ERROR or NO KEYBOARD PRESENT (which is...


your hard disk is disconnecetedor loose . pls check the hard disk power cable & IDE or SATA cable. Then check BIOS hard disk detected or not if hard disk is not detected your hard disk is faulty.

Dec 11, 2009 | Foxconn WinFast K7S741MG Motherboard for...

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It shows on startup ''a new cpu is inserted in your system'' with asus m2n68-am plus. its brand new.


You might have a combination of several small problems. I would like to know whick processor you have installed. But Here is how to get started:

1) Open the case (after unplugging the PSU, not just turning it off). Use a wrist grounding strap or touch the bare metal on the case frequently.

2) Pull the jumper off the 1st two pins of the RTC. Place them on the 2nd two pins for about 10 seconds. Pull them back off and place them back on the 1st two.

Plug the PSU back up and turn on the computer, pressing delete button when the fans come on.

3) This will enter the set up. Check to see if the correct CPU information is listed now. If not, the bios is not old enought to recognize the CPU.

4) activate Asus Update. Go to the site and update your bios from the site. You will have to clear the bios again after the new bios is updated.

5) at that time the motherboard's bios should recognize the CPU. This happens frequently with Asus boards particularly where you have an AM2 board or AM2+ and you are installing a Phenom AMD PCU.

Let me know how this works. There are other things we can do. This is the only thing about Asus boards I dislike.

Sirwriter

Nov 12, 2009 | ASUS M2N68-AM SE2 Motherboard

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P5NT won't boot


I went throught this and it is really silly. The P5N-T motherboard has a problem with some of the new energy efficient CPUs. The fix was to insert an older CPU and upgrade the bios and then it would recognize the new CPU. If you happen not to have an older 775 CPU laying around (most people do not), it might be easiest to return it and get a different board - or maybe the store can upgrade the bios for you.

Oct 05, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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New chip


you need to update (flash) your bios so that it will recognize the new cpu.

Aug 14, 2008 | ASUS P4GE-V Motherboard

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Upgrade CPU In my SAMBA SM-1845


Hi, as long as both chips are slot 478 it should work fine, you wont need to change any bios or jumpers, just open up the computer, remove the heatsink, lift the lever and remove the CPU.
Insert new processor.
you will need thermal grease at this point, you need to apply a little amount onto the cpu, and make sure the old thermal paste is removed from the heatsink and then refit the heatsink & fan.
other option is fit the new cpu and purchase a new heatsink & fan, they usually come with the thermal grease, a new heatsink will cost about £10 or themal grease by itself will cost about 2-3 pounds.
just make sure you have new thermal paste before you remove the heatsink as the processor will get damaged otherwise..

Hope this helps

John

Jul 31, 2008 | FIC Samba SM-1845 (SM1845GV) Barebone

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