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New cpu but no video output

Hi,
Today my new cpu arrived and sata hd and dvdrom but when i installed these parts into my pc i get no video output, the button of my monitor is just blinking.
All the fans are working etc.
I have tried to reset the bios by pulling out power cable + cmos battery + moving the jumper, but it still doesnt change anything.
my mobo is: asus m2n-e
old cpu amd 3500, new cpu amd X2 5200
Also replaced my old IDE hd and cdrom with sata hd and crom.
Hope somebody can help me!

Leendert

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  • leendert86 Feb 28, 2008

    That shouldn't be an issue, i tried booting with the new hd / dvdrom but still same, black screen, cant get into bios.

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Do u have idea about processor sockets . AMD athlon x2 5200 + is AM2 socket . check ur mother board for socekt name . its wriiten in top of processor socket .. if its a 939 socket athlon x2 will not support that mobo and u hav to get the mobo a new one which is AM2 cpable

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Update (flash) your bios to allow your mobo to recognize the new processor. make sure you rmobo is am2 compatible.

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I SEE YOU MENTIONED NOTHING ABOUT INSTALLING ANY DRIVERS FOR THE HD'S DID YOU?
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