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Cmos value not saving

I m sk gupta live from india in u.p state.
my problem i have pentium -3 board and proceer in socket base .it cycles in 500 mhz

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My motherboard nor detect cd rom on booting,but detect it as secondary master and acces win 98 for formatting hard disk,after all unable to install new operating sustem,it not detecting the drive,help mee

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Cmos checkum error -default loadded

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Change CMOS battery

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Specs on this cpu process

MicroStar International (Inc) Support > 865PE Neo2-P Platinum Edition (MSI MS-6728) Main Support page,

Click on Specification
(Overview / Specification / Download / Support / etc)

CPU (Processor) Support;

1) Intel Pentium 4 processors that have;

A) Use a Socket 478 processor socket,

B) Northwood Core, or Prescott Core

C) Front Side Bus (FSB) of 400MegaHertz (400MHz) for Intel Pentium 4 processors that are based on the Northwood Core.

D) FSB support of either 533MHz, or 800MHz, for Intel Pentium 4 processors based on the Prescott Core.

Processors that have an 800MHz FSB can be used, that have UP TO a 3.6GHz frequency rate. ('Speed')
Indication that higher 'speeds' can be supported. (Overclocking?)

Now let's look at Intel Pentium 4 processors, that are based on the Northwood Core, and fit a Socket 478 processor socket,

(Front Side Bus = FSB
The M/Ts listing means MegaTransfers per Second.
Believed to be a more accurate method of stating the FSB, than MHz.

Mega = 1 Million
Hertz stands for Cycles per Second. Was named after a man with the last name Hertz.
Example; 400MHz = 400 Million Cycles per Second )

Intel Pentium 4 processors based on the Prescott Core, and utilizing the Socket 478 processor socket,

sSpec Number will be on the processor, as well as the Part Number.

Scroll down for photos.

CPU support can be attested to looking at the specs for the motherboard chipset, on your motherboard.

The motherboard chipset is an Intel 865PE chipset.
Intel 82865PE northbridge chip, and an Intel ICH5 southbridge chip.

Scroll down to 865PE in the left column.

The part number on the Intel ICH5 southbridge chip, is Intel 82801EB,

The Northbridge chip of the motherboard chipset, handles the Faster capabilities of a computer.
Processor (CPU), Ram Memory, and HIGH-speed graphics.

HIGH-speed graphics is the AGP technology, or PCI Express technology.

Using a graphics card in a PCI slot, or using Integrated Graphics; is NOT high-speed graphics,

The Slower capabilities of a computer are handled by the Southbridge chip.

If this is a question of what CPU is on your motherboard at present, and the motherboard is in a working computer, suggest use the free tiny program CPU-Z from,

Need to know how to download, install, and use CPU-Z, post back in a Comment.


Nov 11, 2012 | Micro Scooter MS-6728 Micro Microstar Msi...

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Dear sir intel 845 , MS-6714 ver:1 per processor intel pentium 4,2.40ghz/1m/533,SL86Fcosta rica support or not thanks Narendra

Your board is MSI, you can accsess their website here;
You can get downloads and have them scan your system with their "live eye". It has Intel 845GV and ICH4 chipsets and Realtek ALC650 with AC97 codec for sound, It also has Realtek LAN. It can use Intel Pentium 4 or Celeron processors, up to 400-500 MHz. This is Intel's site:
I will also give you Realtek's site:
I'm not sure what you are looking for but, I hope this helps you.

May 23, 2011 | Intel PENTIUM-4 865GV CHIP MOTHER BOARD...

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Athlon processor upgrade assistance:

Go to this link:

Select the model motherboard you have and click on the CPU support link, it will show you a list of CPU's that are supported. You have a socket 939 board and AMD CPU's are now AM2, AM2+ and AM3 socket, which are 940 pin. It may be difficult to find a new CPU for your motherboard that is new since they have not been made in awhile.

Feb 09, 2010 | EliteGroup MB ECS 741GX-M SIS741GX 462...

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My mother board DG41RQ is not detecting any hard disk drive

Here are two locations in delhi;

Upper Ground Fl, Block E
Int'l Trade Tower, Nehru Place
New Delhi
Delhi 110 019

21 Nehru Place, Suite 311
Paharpur Business Centre
New Delhi
Delhi 110 019

Jan 27, 2010 | Intel DG41RQ Motherboard CPU Bundle - ...

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Overclocking a CPU Type Intel Pentium IIIE, 581 MHz

If you have an adjustment for the VCORE voltage in your bios, bring it up by one value, then try overclocking the CPU.

Apr 20, 2009 | QDI Group QDI Advance 10T Motherboard

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Can some one please let me know the name of the motherboard supporting Pentium 4 1.5 Ghz processor as well as Intel Core duo series of processors. Thanks, Ajay

The chips to which you refer are incompatible with respect to the socket used for each as well as the fact that Core duo and Pentium 4 1.5 GHz chips are from separate generations, the latter having been obsolescent since 2003. Therefore, there is no single motherboard that supports both, and the Pentium 4, Socket 478 boards can be obtained from various aftermarket sources.

Here is an example of the kind of board you need for your Pentium 4.

$11 to $290 from 21 sellers
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ATA-100, Serial ATA-150, 0 MB / 4 GB (max), DDR SDRAM, Intel 865G, 4 x USB

Prepare for the future with the Intel Desktop Board D865GBF, a platform that is truly a generation ahead. This ATX board features next-generation processor, dual-channel DDR400 memory support, integrated Intel Extreme Graphics 2, an AGP 8X slot, 8 USB 2.0 ports, integrated 6-channel audio and next-generation storage device support.


Support for the Intel Pentium 4 processors featuring Hyper-Threading Technology and 800-MHz system bus in the mPGA478-pin package. Also supports the Intel Pentium 4 processors (1.60a, 1.80a, 2a, 2.20 GHz or higher) with 533-MHz or 400-MHz system bus in the mPGA478 package.

Intel 865G Chipset featuring Intel Extreme Graphics 2 using Dynamic Video Memory Technology (DVMT). Low-cost, high-performance graphics solution.

Dual-Channel DDR400 SDRAM support: Four DIMM sockets designed to support up to 4 GB of DDR400 SDRAM memory (also supports DDR333 and DDR266). Flexible support for either single- or dual-channel operation.

AGP 8X/4X graphics interface: Flexibility to upgrade via a high-end AGP graphics card.

SATA150 and Ultra ATA100 connectors: Flexible support of new-generation SATA150 (2 ports) and current generation ATA (2 channels) storage devices. « less

While the board for your Core Duo is widely available now

Mar 26, 2009 | Intel PENTIUM-4 865GV CHIP MOTHER BOARD...

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Old computer ram upgrade without manual

564 mhz means it is a Pentium 3 or equivalent. This also means that the motherboard does not support DDR2 RAM which is exclusively for Socket 775 and Pentium 4 chipsets. Pentium 3 usually support SD-RAM, also but very rarely DDR1 RAM. Sorry but DDR2 will not work in your PC.

Mar 02, 2009 | Intel Motherboard

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I have 810 bu mother board

your board is compatible with pentium 3 processors through the "coppermine" revision, the pentium 3 "tulatin is not supported" here is a list from wikipedia of the "coppermine" processors supported by your board.:

  • 100 MHz FSB: 500, 550, 600, 650, 700, 750, 800, 850, 900, 1000, 1100 MHz (E-Models)
  • 133 MHz FSB: 533, 600, 667, 733, 800, 866, 933, 1000, 1133 MHz (EB-Models)

Coppermine-T (the only coppermines with an attached heatsink)
  • 133 MHz FSB: 800, 866, 933, 1000, 1133 MHz

The Tulatin core is NOT compatible with intel 810 boards, and they can be easily confused with the coppermine-t's because they also have attached heatsinks.

Aug 20, 2008 | Intel SuperMicro SUPER Motherboard - 810...

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Motherboard processor support

Processor Family Processor Speed System Bus Frequency Cache Size BIOS Version Notes Pentium® III processor 850 MHz 100 MHz 256 KB P14 or greater The following board revisions (AA numbers) support these processors: 754552-200 or later
754558-200 or later
A01450-200 or later.
See the board revision note, below, for an explanation.
800 MHz 100 MHz 256 KB P14 or greater 750 MHz 100 MHz 256 KB P14 or greater 700 MHz 100 MHz 256 KB P14 or greater 650 MHz 100 MHz 256 KB P14 or greater 600E MHz 100 MHz 256 KB P14 or greater 550E MHz 100 MHz 256 KB P14 or greater 600 MHz 100 MHz 512 KB P12 or greater All board revisions support these processors 550 MHz 100 MHz 512 KB P07 or greater 500 MHz 100 MHz 512 KB P07 or greater 450 MHz 100 MHz 512 KB P07 or greater Pentium® II processor 450 MHz 100 MHz 512 KB P01 or greater 400 MHz 100 MHz 512 KB P01 or greater 350 MHz 100 MHz 512 KB P01 or greater 333 MHz 66 MHz 512 KB P01 or greater 300 MHz 66 MHz 512 KB P01 or greater 266 MHz 66 MHz 512 KB P01 or greater 233 MHz 66 MHz 512 KB P01 or greater Intel® Celeron® processor 433 MHz 66 MHz 128 KB P01 or greater 400 MHz 66 MHz 128 KB P01 or greater 366 MHz 66 MHz 128 KB P01 or greater 333 MHz 66 MHz 128 KB P01 or greater 300A MHz 66 MHz 128 KB P01 or greater 300 MHz 66 MHz 0 KB P01 or greater 266 MHz 66 MHz 0 KB P01 or greateri hope that this solved your request.

Mar 13, 2008 | Intel Desktop Board SE440BX-2 Motherboard

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No. DDR replaced the SD in RAM so SDRAM and DDR RAM are two completely different things but each ram type has its own frequency hence you get SDRAM 100(mhz) and SDRAM 133(Mhz) just like you get DDR 1 RAM at 266(mhz) and 400(mhz) and DDR 2 RAM at 533(mhz) and 800(mhz). Therefore as you can see how these things differ, but if your mboard takes SDRAM that it can take and frequency of SDRAM but you must ensure that all the frequencies of all your RAM modules in all your slots correspond otherwise you will have problems, meaning that if you decide to use 133mhz RAM then all your RAM modules that you use must be the same. Let me know how you go. thanks


Feb 06, 2008 | Intel D101GGC Motherboard

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