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Upgrade limitations Hi! I am just trying to upgrade a SL-75drv4 P2 (i.e. PCB version 2) motherboard based system. Can this motherboard support a Thoroughbred type Athlon XP processor, or I should stay in Palomino's world?

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Yes you should

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A8n-sli will not enter BIOS,just hangs,restarted a number of times with no success. Even switched from p2 keyboard to wireless again nothing. Cleared the cmos did not help either. FYI just resolved a...


Hi, from here you can download a manual:

http://support.asus.com/Download.aspx?SLanguage=en&m=A8N-SLI&p=1&s=21

Please select your operating system.
Select manual and click on global for download.
The file has to be unziped before you can read it.

Maybe you just need a driver or a bios upgrade.

For the bios update you need to download the asus update utility.
It can upgrade the bios while the system is running.

Good luck.

Sep 02, 2011 | ASUS A8N-SLI Motherboard

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Como actualizo la vios de mi PC Chips V21G


Hello you can download the upgrade here:

http://www.pcchips.com.tw/PCCWebSite/Products/ProductsDetail.aspx?detailid=384&CategoryID=1&DetailName=Bios&MenuID=1&LanID=2



IMPORTANT NOTE:
Please read the notes carefully before updating BIOS.
1. Do not update the BIOS if the system is running fine. Unsuccessful BIOS flash may cause the system fails to boot up. The manufacturer is not responsible for any BIOS flash failure.
2. Make sure your M/B PCB version number first, and then read the updated description & special note carefully to check if the new BIOS version patch pertain to your current problem.
(How to recognize the M/B PCB version)
3. It is recommended to use the updated flash utility included in each BIOS download package.
(How to use flash utility).

Good luck

Jul 21, 2011 | PC Chips V21G (V1.0C) Motherboard

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I have a p5kpl-amse moth,board . the BIOS is faulty !! how do Iupdate it ?? I have to push reboot several times to get my computer to start.


http://majorgeeks.com/BIOS_Finder_d237.html

Searches for newer BIOS for your board
Assists in flash upgrading your system BIOS to a later version. BIOS Finder determines your system BIOS and when run, cross references Flash upgrade BIOS files you have downloaded from the manufactures web site. If a later version match is found this BIOS is placed into a directory for you to upgrade to. Great for Y2K issues and beyond, overcome that greater than 8.4 Gig limitation with your BIOS, resolve those video card glitches. Download, run and your on your way to a later BIOS version! (Award only).
This older version will only work on motherboards with 128K bios files. Most boards these days are supplied with 256 or 512K firmware.
hope this helps

Apr 21, 2011 | ASUS Motherboards

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Memory upgrade not recognized (DFI ns35-sl)


U have to use one stick of 512 or two sticks of 256. Motherboard not likely to recognize sticks installed with different capacities.

Sep 04, 2009 | DFI NS35-SL Motherboard

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Add Memory In Compaq Deskpro 6000 P2 Shuttle PC?


Before you get to that you may want to see what type of memory and much you can upgrade you shuttle. Go to http://www.crucial.com/ and do a scan to see what memory you have in the system and if it worth upgrading. Then go to hp website and get the manual to find the motherboard.

Please rate, Thanks.

Feb 17, 2009 | Compaq (296671-001) for DeskPro 6000 P2...

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Processor upgrade


Dear Friend..

Yes, You can upgrade your system with a new Intel Pentium® 4 processor 2.8 GHz, 533 FSB , but only with the BIOS update. Make sure you have the bios version P06 or greater. See the link below:

http://support.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d845grg/sb/cs-009954.htm.

If a get a new processor as above, do not forget to update your bios with the the utility available on intel's site.

I am sure, this helps you. For any additional help, you can ask me..

Aug 16, 2008 | FIC AM 37 Motherboard

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Upgrade to dual core, Intel E2180


Okay. You would need to change your motherboard. The socket 478 does not support dual core processors.

Here is a motherboard and processor combination at a relatively good price.

For some reason I must have gotten an older version of the board in the title when I looked it up but, nonetheless, it won't support the E2180.


Jul 04, 2008 | Soltek SL-65KV2-T Motherboard

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BIOS DISPLAYING INCORRECT CPU SPEED


Hi, I have to agree "...that the motherboard's bios doesn't recognize the processor and that I should upgrade the bios...". Though I think that this is only a display issue and not necessarily true CPU speed. You can check if the correct CPU is displayed inside Windows by right click on My Computer and details would be shown in the System Properties. To upgrade the BIOS: 1. Determine/log your current BIOS and its date by pressing Pause on initial boot when motherboard details are shown; 2. Continue booting by pressing escape and run your Windows normally. Go to the website of your motherboard manufacturer and verify if they have an updated BIOS (compare date of release). If an updated BIOS is available, download. Likewise download the flashing utility. Further instructions are also available on a step by step procedure. Some newer mb versions/models have a Window based update feature. Check if you have such. Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how things are or should you need further information. Good luck and kind regards.

Aug 28, 2007 | Soltek SL-75FRV Motherboard

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