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Processor up grade

I saw the page you referred me to but I didn't see my AA# in the section for the 550E thru 850mhz processors. You're sure my motherboard will support a 800mhz processor? Thanks for your help

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Hi yes it was the factory page

Posted on Feb 23, 2008

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    Ginko Feb 23, 2008

    I post it again here

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    Ginko Feb 23, 2008

    The only thing is that you may have to update the bios first

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    Ginko Feb 23, 2008

    You need to have the motherboard running with a cd or a floppy. you boot from cd/floppy with a media you recorded/burned using the bios update that you download from factory here.

    It is not a difficult operation, but if for any case it fails (eg.bad media ) then you risk to fry your MB.

    Bios update procedures may vary. follow the instructions.

    regards

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