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D865GBF motherboard problem

My motherbaord works on 400fsb cpu, but does not work on 533fsb cpu but as per technical information it should work on 533fsb
the 533fsb cpu does not get heated
please get me solution

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Download bios express installltion file from www.updrivers.com or
www.intel.com and update bios

DIRECT LINK http://www.updrivers.com/bios/Motherboard/Intel/12/176.html

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