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I tryed change processor from old motherboard

Otherboard is intel D865GSA processor pentium 4 @ 3GHz
I tryed change processor from old motherboard (where is problem) to new motherboard which is work.Than I back original processor to new motherboard , and now screen is black without any caracter.
please advice. thank you

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Intel D865GSA

supporting prossesor:
http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d865gsa/sb/CS-025902.htm

hi check your processor number is thie in the list if it is not there then
your new mother board does not support your new processor so it will not work...else replace your new processor, your processor is the problem








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