My system are working fine on cpu 1800. After I upgraded cpu from 1900 to 2800. Then turn the system on it said No singal on the screen. Even I put the 1900 cpu back on it still the same problem.
have you checked your video (built-in or card) or your monitor sir?...does your mobo sir supports 2800 processors?i guess your mobo failed after doing so (upgrading from 1900-2800)...try to check it sir...hope this will help...
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Hi Joe,yes it will.This is the maximum that it will support.A good way to find out what cpu a board can run is the following.... Type in P4VXASD2+ cpu upgrade into Google then search.go onto cpu upgrade.com and scroll down the cpu list to see if theres a match for your cpu.to find the exact part number for yours type in SL6PG into Google and search.Goto CPU-WORLD.COM and this will give you the part number for your cpu.Then all you have to do is see if this matches the part number on CPU-UPGRADE.COM.Sounds alot of hassle but once youve done it 2 or 3 times its simple and theres no point in buying a cpu thats not for your board.hope this all helps you.
You can upgrade system memory up to 2Gb and additional can add a AGP graphics card. This is the only way but i'm not recommending this because you can by new generation cpu+motherboard+memory under 10k it will be the better choice than upgradation. Buu AMD CPU ... always better than Intel (comparing the price value)
Probably nothing. If your system works, I would not concern myself greatly with this small detail. The system indicates a 3.4 GHz cpu installed. Your software may misidentify some of the features of your Prescott.
Socket A/462 can take any AMD K7 family processor. The fastest you could get would be the Athlon XP 3200 I believe, but that could also include the Athlon 1400 and the Duron 1800. So it looks like you can make a significant upgrade of yhe processor.
Hi thefuncouple, here is the ASRock link for supported CPU's: http://www.asrock.com/mb/cpu.asp?Model=K7VM2&s=462 The Athlon XP 2600+ CPU is the highest CPU this board can support. (It will be hard to find one). Main web site for the K7VM2: http://www.asrock.com/mb/download.asp?Model=K7VM2 Honestly, ASRock does not have drivers for Vista. Some of the drivers listed for XP may work with Vista. Your best chance is to download & run Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor 1.0 (Before installing Vista in to your system). http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=42b5ac83-c24f-4863-a389-3ffc194924f8&DisplayLang=en Vista, any version needs at least 1GB of memory. Two GB is recommended. After running Upgrade Advisor you will know if your ASRock motherboard can handle Vista. You should be able to upgrade to Vista (Over-writing XP) but only if your system passes the Upgrade Advisor. Your best bet would be to buy a new system with Vista on it. Your ASRock board is just too old for Vista. You'll save money upgrading to a more supportive PC.
Good luck thefuncouple!
Vista is not for everyone, many users end up going back to XP.
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You can upgrade your pc to intel chipset original motherboard...and do it to intel core 2 duo processor. if u want to upgrade ur ram then go for 1GB ram...
and 250 GB hard disk
and finally go for pentium-IV
and dvd writter...
and use microsoft mouse and keyboard
bcoz it does not require driver to be installed