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It won't Post ! ! ! !

Dear Sirs/Madames ;
" Well I bought the Board & An OEM CPU { Intel Pent. 2.8Mhz. Prescott Chip } I also put in 2X 512 Mhz. Kingston DDR Ram for a total Orf 1 Gig, 2X HDD Bot5h WD. & a ATi 128 Mhz Video Card, Also A Wireless Adapter For LAN Access. This CPU & Motherboard was tested at the point Of Purchase & now It won't Post the only thing happening Is that the two Optical Drives keep lighting Up and that's about It, It posted Once & I set the Boot directory to recognize the CD-Rom first To load my XP Pro Disk ( Legal), It got to the drivers & stopped@. when I rebooted ,... NOTHING !"
HELP ! ! ! ! !
BROOKLYNSTERiO@GMail.com

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  • LSTERiO Feb 09, 2008

    I tried the swapping of the PSU & It still does the same thing . I'm at th troubleshooting stage of theinstallation, I 1st'lly dissasembled the CD-Roms & re-configured the Jumpers For SLAVE & MASTER, making the Pioneer DVR111eb Drive The Master, & the Sonique 52X Cd-Rom Drive The Slave, w/ Round Cable, 2nd'ly, Took jumpers & changed to Slave, the MAXTOR 30Gb IDE Drive, 3rd'ly The WD 400- 40Gb HDD & Made that Master, 4th'ly, took out the ATi 128Mb RAEDEON AGP Video card, And The D-Link Air Plus G Wireless adapter card,, checked the Round Cables for wear, they were new, so nothing there, checked the Floppy Disk drive, & Cables. then checked the Power supply cables, nothing was wrong. I hope that this new Mother Board & Chip are safe as When I took off the Fan & Heat Sink, every thing looked Normal, but t5o make sure, I took out the CPU (Carefully) checked It & put the Thermal Grease Back On the CPU Surface & put the Heat sink & Fan Back In, & I then took the CMOS Battery Out ( Old Skool trick Q!) waited a 1/2 hour (got me a Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich & some Cranberry Juice) and put it back in & went to the CMOS Jumper & shorted the 1 & 2 pin, (just to make sure) and then put it back to Default (2&3 Pin shorted), Then Put In The Power Supply Cord & Pressed the On Button & again, the only thing that ahppen was the Optical Drives kept on Coming On & off,.. I really, really need some GURU help for this insane Install everything Is In Good Condition & the Power Supply was Changed From 350 Watts To A Nice CLever Power 450 Watts PSU. & Now It does the same with everything Installed & Also when It is Minimal, I hope somebody that KNOWS this Board submits a Solution. Quick Fast & In A Hurry.
    Thank again,...L.STERiO & that's My picture as I'm angry ar the ORACLE suggests. Thanks For the Help.But THAT WASN'T IT !
    LSTERiO.

  • LSTERiO Feb 10, 2008

    HA ! Well as much as I tried everything Rafique, and other GURU's have taught and told me, I went to the Computer Show out here & Purchased a OEM P4- 3.0 Ghz. ,800FSB,1 gig L2Cache,CPU, as well as 2-Gigs SUPER TALENT DDR400 RAM 2X1024, and a 7in1 Card reader. installed all and put back all the other components I took out, and Voila ! It posted and accepted the NEW XP PRO Ultimate Black edition with all the Service Packs & Updates already included, as well as a Legitimate Key Code that passed the Win GAN. and Alls well in the computer world, so I deduced that the problem was in the CPU. it was not a good one, and just for memory sake, the DDR memory was swapped as well, now on to my next headache!
    I'll post that as soon as I put all the bells and whistles On this FOXCONN Machine. THANKS FOR THe Help FIXYA!

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I suspect Mother or Ram may have been failed try changing Power supply. If not Try on other mother board.

Best Regards
Rafique

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  • Rafique Mannasaheb Feb 09, 2008

    Reset all jumper to original condition. Connect only CPU,VGA, Ram( Only One) and ofcourse powersupply to mother board outside casing. Start by start switch. See Wheather system starts. If starts connect only HDD. and see wheather it starts. Now if working. Connect Optical drive and boot.





    Best Regards

    Rafique

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Specs on this cpu process


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

http://www.msi.com/product/mb/865PE-Neo2-P-Platinum-Edition.html

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,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socket_478

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,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Intel_Pentium_4_microprocessors#Northwood_.28130.C2.A0nm.29

(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.

MegaHertz
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,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Intel_Pentium_4_microprocessors#Prescott_.2890.C2.A0nm.29_2

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

http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Pentium_4/index.html

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.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Intel_chipsets#Pentium_4_chipsets

Scroll down to 865PE in the left column.

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

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Intel_chipsets#Southbridge_8xx_chipsets

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,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Motherboard_diagram.svg

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 CPUID.com,

http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html

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

Regards,
joecoolvette

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Foxconn 661FXME - PC661M04-G-6L & Intel pentium 4 prescott 511 2.80 ghz


Hello you can download a manual from here:

http://www.foxconnchannel.com/ProductDetail.aspx?T=Motherboard&U=en-us0000108&Language=en-us

But BE CAREFULL when you change the cpu.
And remember to add some cooling paste.

Here is some info about the cpu:

http://ark.intel.com/products/27452/Intel-Pentium-4-Processor-511-1M-Cache-2_80-GHz-533-MHz-FSB

You will get better performance with a new mainboard/cpu
as this cpu only has one core.

Good luck

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I have 1.5mhz processor & i want to update my processor, so how many mhz it can support??


You aren't just looking at the Ghz of the processor.. you have to consider a lot of things. Thank you for putting the make and model of the board. That helps a lot. Looked around for you and I have found that a good processor for that board should be a Intel Pentium 4 2.8ghz 800mhz 478pin 1mb Prescott Cpu . That should be enough to cap off that board. You will ant to look into
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    Also. I'm not positive that processor linked will have a heat sink. it SHOULD. My personal preference is to go ahead and get a nice after-market heatsink.TR2TT TR2-M12 80mm Ball CPU Cooler
      is a nice, inexpensive one with copper base and fins. (copper is incredibly thermal conductive.) Above all don't forget to buy some thermal paste. Arctic Silver 5 Thermal Compound - OEM is some good stuff.

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        I have a mainboard of model D845GVAD2------------------------AAC18931-104. It has already intall the Intel celeron processor of 1.8GHz. Now I want to upgrade my processor. So what high frequency processor...


        Hello,
        The Intel® Desktop Board D845GVAD2 supports a single Pentium® 4 processor with a system bus frequency of 400 MHz or 533 MHz, or a single Celeron® processor with a system bus frequency of 400 MHz.

        So you can install upto 3.06 GHz 533 MHz(cache memory) processor and also update the ram 2 GB 400 mhz.
        Dont install Prescott processor.
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        Replacement for INTEL Desktop board D865GLC


        I've found an Asus P4SD i865GV online:
        http://www.geeks.com/details.asp?invtid=ASUS-P4SD-NOAGP-R&cat=MBB

        It seems to have the same CPU socket, FSB and RAM types, and the chipset is almost the same model. I'd say this would work.

        If you can't get that, just make sure to get a motherboard with the following qualities:

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        RAM type: Dual Channel DDR 400 MHz (PC3200), 333 MHz (PC2700), and 266 MHz (PC2100).
        CPU socket: 478

        Aug 07, 2009 | Intel Desktop Board D845BGL Motherboard

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        Driver for prescott 533


        I think you're a little confused LUNISOZZI. Allow me to explain.
        The term Prescott is a type of CPU. 533 is the (FSB), bus speed that the CPU can run at. There is no driver needed for the Intel Pent 4 Prescott 533 CPU. When updating windows there may be a revision update for the Pent 4 Prescott 533 CPU listed in windows update to the left under hardware. If you're CPU is not beeing seen by windows correctly than check windows update. If you're CPU is not working in on the Asus board, than remove the CPU & check the connecting pins on the CPU. One or more may be bent or broken. CPU may not be completely seated. Thermal grease was not added or too little added between the CPU & heat sink assembly.
        Why don't you explain what it is that the CPU is or is not doing?
        What is the motherboard not seeing? or windows ia not doing?
        I can find a solution if you can explain.

        Mike

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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.
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        Wont post with 1333 fsb


        This board wont take a 1333 cpu. The fastest it will run is 1066

        This motherboard supports the latest Intel® Pentium / Celeron CPU in LGA775 package with 1066/ 800/ 533MHz FSB, Hyper-Threading Technology and core-speeds up to 3.8GHz and beyond.
        Make sure your RAM is DDR2 800mhz
        The Pentium D830 runs at 800fsb which is in line with the board capabilities.

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