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I have changed motherboards, they are the same, but the new one has an ATI Video chip M826G. Do I have to have a new BIOS version to run this new one?

I have installed it and a few minutes into the boot up it shuts down. At first I thought it was the heatsink and the thermal paste problem. But I reinstalled the old motherboard and it worked fine. Any suggestions?

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The BIOS would support the new chip as it comes with the motherboard.
Check the connections for a problem.

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