Question about Biostar P4VTG-A07 Motherboard
I had everything running ok for a year with celeron 1.8 Ghz, but for me its just not enough anymore so I bought a Prescott CPU 3.0 couple days ago since this motherboard "should" support it as it says in the manual. Took old one off, but new one in along with better cooler, turn on, at the POST test i have a message that my CPU was changed and its multiplier or some crap like that, also it says that i have to go to the BIOS screen and change the settings for the CPU for some reason and SAVE it before I quit. Guess what? I go to BIOS chanhe my boot priority and some other stuff BUT dont touch the CPU setting because they are OK nothing wrong with them, everything are on defaults. Next thing i do i chose save and exit but it wont save anything, just as soon as that little screen pops up with the question to save everything, the whole system freezing and thats it, cant do nothing everytime i go to BIOS can chnage w/e I want but cant save.
What happen? does anybody know?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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