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After fedora core 6 installation,input not supported

After installing, "input not processed" displayed on the screen
AMD Athlon(tm)64 processor
2.00 GHz,960 MB of RAM
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Re: After fedora core 6 installation,input not supported - ASUS A8N-VM Motherboard Motherboards

Try replacing your processor.

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Can MSI MS-6380E support radeon x1800?

1) Motherboard uses a Socket A processor socket. Also known as Socket 462.

When they switched from the Athlon single-core processors, to the Athlon 64-bit dual-core processors, they went to a completely different processor socket.


So using the MSI MS-6380E motherboard with a dual core AMD processor = NO.

I don't seem to find an AMD Athlon 64 X2 1.8GigaHertz processor, except for a mobile version. One used for a laptop in otherwords,

Uses a Socket S1 mobile processor socket,

List of AMD Athlon 64 microprocessors,

Pretend like I'm from Missouri, and Show Me.

Find the processor by it's AMD part number, and post the URL of the website in a Comment.

AMD Athlon 64 3000+
SINGLE-core processor, not X2.
(Socket 939 processor socket, too)

Show me the Processor, and then we can go on.


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How Do I unlock CPU cores with Bios on MCP61M-M3 motherboard?

The motherboard supports AMD socket AM2 single-core Athlon 64/ Sempron and dual-core Athlon 64 X2/ Athlon 64 FX processors with 2MB / 1MB / 512KB L2 cache, which is based on 64-bit architecture. It features 2000 / 1600 MT/s Hyper Transport Bus, dual-channel un-buffered DDR2 800 memory support and AMD Cool 'n' Quiet! Technology.

The BIOS changes it on it's own when add a dual core.

Here is the PDF file on this board. Chapter 2 explains the Bios.

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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.

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What is the best procesors(powerfull) for motherboard NF 61S MICRO AM2 SE..?

AMD Athlon™ X2 Dual-Core Processor
AMD Athlon™ 64 X2 Dual-Core Processor

are the best processors for this motherboard

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I can't install windows vista and windows 7 when i want to install vista or 7,(boot from cd-rom or install from win xp),it's hang up! My Mainboard is ABIT AX-78 VGA= ATI Radeon HD 4800 Series 512 DDR3 RAM=...

There are lots of compatibility issues with vista and hardware. Please run the vista compatibility program from prior to trying to install. It will tell any and all potential issues

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Download cd for AMD Motherboard

Visit and download it from support or download section of your model. (

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Winfast NF4UK8AA shutsdown and freezes by itself

i install new window xp and i could not make sound working i dont know what sound card has motherboard GX280

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Need help with pci express on my mobo I can’t get the PCI-E X16 slot to work on my new/old 939 mobo. It’s an old socket 939, but new, right out of the package. Might be presumptive of me to dump all this info here, but the computer is for my homemade lab and I teach high school in a poor neighborhood, so any help you might give is for a good cause. Here are the build’s specs: CPU: Athlon 64 Fx55 Mobo: AN8 VM with Nvidia 6150 onboard, with a pci-e x16 slot Mem: 2x 1gb sticks of DDR 400 PSU: 600 Watt Corsair When I tried to install a new pci-e x16 card, Radeon HD 5450, the monitor gets no signal. The computer comes on, does not post (keyboard does not light up), cpu fan and PSU fan both turn on, but nothing else happens. When I then take the pci-e card out and plug the monitor cord into the onboard video card, everything works fine, but ONLY if I take the pci-e card out. When I leave the pci-e card in and plug the cord into the onboard card there’s still no signal Things I’ve tried already: I plugged the card into another computer. It works. I plugged another pci-e x16 video card, an 8800gt, into this build and the same things happen, no signal. Tried with both the onboard card’s manufacturer’s driver and the standard window’s driver and tried both of these with them enabled and disabled and uninstalled in device manager Did most of the trouble shooting here with each of the three latest versions of bios available for my machine. BIOS settings I tried: Under Northbridge configuration there are a few seemingly relevant categories of parameters that can be tweaked, “VGA Options” and “Primary Graphics Adapter” are the ones I adjusted, but to no avail. Under “VGA Options” the choices are ‘Enable’ and ‘Auto’, the descriptions in BIOS of what they do is somewhat muddled. For ‘Enable’ it says: “enable onboard VGA, this should be chosen only when nvidia external VGA was installed.” The Auto description states: “disable onboard VGA if external”. The other parameters of interest, “Primary Graphics Adapter” has two options: “PCI->PCI-E->IGP” and “IGP->PCI-E->IGP” Mostly I troubleshot with “Auto” on and “PCI->PCI-E->IPCIGP” as that seemed to make sense. Other BIOS parameters that I didn’t try to adjust, but might be relevant are: OnChip VGA Frame Buffer OnChip VGA Trap Enable Under Hypertransport Configuration LDT to Geforce frequency Repost video on S3 resume Then there’s the IRQ stuff, under which there’s an option to “Allocate IRQ to VGA.” I think the choice3 is to have Bios do so automatically. The mobo is right out of the package and everything else works like a charm. My two 1 gb mem sticks might nit match. Everything is clean and all connections have been checked and double checked, what’s more I’ve tested the cards and monitor and they work. It must be either the pci-e X16 slot is broken somehow but hopefully I’m missing something in BIOS which someone here can shed some light on. Thanks in advance.

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