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Cpu running but can't on display

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I have change my old CPU intel Celeron D 3.06Ghz to intel dual 2 core but my pc no display my pc is power on my monitor is power on also. The CPU fan is running slower then old CPU . My motherboard

is the monitor running through a vga connection? sounds to me like the mobo is bypassing the connection your using and sending your video signal elswhere. did you change any settings in the bios? try other video outputs to get the screen on then go into bios settings and change the video output to a connection your familiar with. help is here if you need it :)

Nov 20, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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Is this toshiba portege m100 a pentium 4 or equivalent ?

why dont you have a look in your bios setings and see what is registered there--although this is by no means a guarentee of what your system is running especially if the engineer who configured it was a monkey or chimpanzee.
gointo bios by pressing F2 at start up

Sep 10, 2010 | Toshiba Portege M100 Notebook

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As my cpu is running but can get display

recovery bios or copy bios whith prgramer

May 20, 2010 | Intel D845GVSR Motherboard

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Gateway gt4016 won't boot. Fan runs but nothing

open cpu cabinet and pull Ram and refix it.
Aslo reattcha llconnection to mother bord.
Pull cmos cell for 15 minutes so all bios setings are set to defaults.

Jun 12, 2009 | Gateway GT4016 Desktop PC

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CPU speed dropped after installing RAM

Ok. Fear not. You CPU is running at its native speed, it is the fault of Windows reporting the actual CPU speed. If you stop in the BIOS, the real speed will be reported there, the same if you run Linux.

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Overclocking the cpu

eneble cpu overcloking from bios settings, but I do not recomand this cause you might fry it..:P so...reboot , press del to enter bios settings ..choose cpu setings by pressing enter , choose overcloking ...sellect by pressing enter the end ya press F10 and yes to save and reboot

Jan 07, 2009 | VIA ECS PM800-M2 PM800 P4FSB 800 Supports...

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My Motherboard running but no beep no display of bios how can I solve the problem

refix your ram after clean it.also reset your bios setings .put your cmos cell for 15 minutes away from other bord.
also u can reset your bios setings with jumper is nearly cmos cell or corner of the motherbord put in 1-2 position then power up the cpu then refix again to its original position.

Dec 29, 2008 | Intel D946GZIS Motherboard

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Processor upgrade from 1.6 to 2.4

Hi zmoonz,
you must be missing something. Please go over this Intel link:
Double check your board revision. Instruction / location for this is on the site above. Even though you have the correct revision no# the Pent 4, 2.4GHz CPU can only run with the correct revision (AA numbers) listed.
There are no jumpers on the Intel D850MV MB to help increase the CPU speed nor bios menu to help. Enter the bios. Open Main. This bios does not allow any CPU options.


Aug 20, 2008 | Intel D850MV Motherboard

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CPU Upgrade

Dear naber

The TOSHIBA Satellite 1135-S125 contains the
Intel 852GM chipset soldered on your motherboard (non removable) which is capable for speeds of 400mhz system bus. Actually what this means is that it capable of running your Pentium-M P4 2.4. so I would doubt a motherboard incompatibility.

The processor runs at the speed you state (1.2 GHz) in battery-optimized mode (1.2V core) (24/2multiplier) instead of its full potential when unplugged from the AC adaptor. I believe the speed remains like that even when plugged at the cable due to dynamic switching either at the BIOS or Windows. This means that the system is slowing down deliberately the CPU until a certain % and then it kicks in full power. (24x100Mhz=2400Mhz multiplier) (For heat purposes mainly,also increases the CPU this is normal operation and you should not be worried)

Please download the utility cpu-z at the following link

and check what I am saying. It will be displaying the Ghz of the CPU realtime so you can see if when you start any benchmark if it kicks in with a higher multiplier and hence the 2400Mhz speed due to increased stress to the CPU.

Otherwise you may check your BIOS for power management options and switch them to Disable just for testing. (you should enable them back after testing in order to cut down the increased watt consumption)

Lastly if that does not help a Bios Update might be the only resolution. I have found this Motherboad BIOS update for you
ACPI Flash BIOS version 1.70 for Satellite 1130-S155

This bios seems to enable support for CPU's at steps A2 which may be your chip. Unfortunately you did not state the BIOS revision so if it the V1.30 this bios will also add support for CPU's at stepping D1 as well.

If you found this info helpfull can you please rate the solution, Thats what keeps us going!

Mar 30, 2008 | Toshiba Satellite 1135-S125 Notebook

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Clear your bios, remove your all pci cards & then try.

Feb 23, 2008 | Intel D845GVSR Motherboard

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