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Re:No POST. Purchased New D915GUX M/B. Installed SL8JS Intel CPU,no boot. Installed SL7PW Intel CPU,boot. Prob: Is there any way I can assess the SL8JS CPU for compatibility for the D915GUX M/B or should the SL7PW CPU be used only. Item: SL8JS Intel CPU 8ooMhz,1Mb,Socket 775

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This is Intel's website for this motherboard, which lists which CPUs are compatible.

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Installed pentium d 940 duel core. Will not boot. need solution

Assuming the new processor is compatible with your MB there are several things to check. Do you have jumpers on your MB to identify different processors? Can you get to the BIOS with the new chip installed. There are several settings in there that could affect your boot process. Lastly, is your BIOS compatible with the new processor?

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Can I replace the faulty ECS MCP73VT-PM Socket 775 Motherboard Revision 1.0 with an Intel Socket LGA775 Micro ATX Motherboard PCI-E SATA DDR2 (D915GUX) in Packard Bell Imedia D3318 and is the cpu...

Used the above to get the specifications.

[Hey Packard-Bell Support;
Packard-Bell Support = 0, joecoolvette = 1.

{Sorry Daniel, not to 'keen' on Packard Bell, and their 'support'.
$$$$$$$$$ + can we help you? Lol! ]

A) Both motherboards have an LGA 775 processor socket,

2) The Packard Bell iMedia D3318 comes with an Intel Pentium Dual Core E2220.

Here is the CPU Support list for the Intel D915GUX motherboard,

The Intel D915GUX only supports Single-Core processors.

This is also backed up by looking at the specifications, for the Intel 915G motherboard chipset,

Also looking at the chart Daniel, you can see dual core processor support, didn't come out until the Intel 945P motherboard chipset,
(Pentium D, Core2 Extreme, Core2 Duo)

Have a single-core processor? You can see in the Intel Support chart, of what single-core processors are supported.

Also, not trying to be a 'downer', but there is something else you should know.
Better to find out now, then after you have come up with a motherboard.

When Windows is installed on a computer, it assigns hash values to certain major hardware components.

1) Processor
2) Motherboard Chipset
3) BIOS program, to include version, and date.
4) Harddrive
5) Graphics Chipset

Change any two of these, and Windows will 'think' it is being stolen.
Microsoft User's License states, "One GENUINE copy of Windows per ONE computer"

{Microsoft makes one Master disk. From it all GENUINE copies are made, and sold to the consumer }

It is still on the same harddrive, and officially belongs to you, and that harddrive.
However with the Windows Genuine Advantage Tool, it may think the Windows operating system is being removed from that computer, and also installed on another one.

(With using the automatic updates feature of Windows, the WGA tool is automatically downloaded to your computer )

After replacing the motherboard, and IF you are lucky, the Activate screen comes up.
After clicking on the activation screen there are several options that come up.

I like speaking to a human being in case there is a problem along the way. I click on - Call Microsoft
You are asked what you wish to do. -> Activate

There is a series of boxes that are blank in front of you, (6 boxes), and a series of boxes with letter/numbers in them. (6 boxes)
You read off CLEARLY the letter/numbers in the first box, to the representative.
After making SURE they heard you correct, you read off, one at a time, the rest of the boxes.

There is a period of silence as the rep states 'Hold On'.
Then the rep will read off a series of letter/numbers back to you.
You left-click in the first box, and type the letter/numbers.
(Repeat them BACK! Make SURE you heard correctly!)

You do not need to left-click in the second box, the blinking cursor automatically goes to the second box, and all boxes thereafter.
Just type.

When you are finished there will be a period of silence again.
You are supposed to be a tech, and know what to do next.
Go down to the bottom right, and click on Activate.
Congratulations, you're done!
(The old Windows product key you have in the Windows product key sticker, is now No Good)

However I started with -> Lucky.
Most of the time the Activation screen does not come up.
Now you need the Restoration Disk, or a new, fresh GENUINE copy of Windows, to put on the computer.

Hence why I am being so detailed.

So, you need;
1) A motherboard that has an LGA 775 processor socket

2) The motherboard chipset must be able to support, the Intel Pentium Dual Core E2220 processor you have.
Find the support page for the motherboard, then find the CPU Support page.

[CPU stands for Central Processing Unit. Another term used is Microprocessor, or simply Processor for short ]

3) Make sure the motherboard supports the DDR2 Sdram ram memory that you have.

4) You may need the Restoration Disk, or a fresh, new genuine copy of Windows.

Find some other motherboards? Post in a Comment. We'll look together at them.
Have an Intel single-core processor, and want to know if it will work?
Post back in a Comment.


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Ethernet adapter for intel d915gux

You did not specify your OS. On the following Intel support page, complete the center box (with your operating system) and then the right hand box (choose "drivers"). Carefully choose which LAN driver > Download

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