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If you're not in USA you can find one on all hardware selling sites or shops.

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Unknown cpu detected asus.Bios update is required to unleash its full power.


You will get this message when you install a CPU that is not supported by the mainboard BIOS. Many older mainboards have sockets that will support much more powerful CPUs than they were originally manufactured for. In some cases, the BIOS may be upgradeable to support the new CPU, in others, the CPU may draw too much power or the mainboard chipsets will not support the CPU capabilities. If your CPU is on the list of compatible CPUs...you may need to upgrade the BIOS to support it. You will need to install a CPU that the mainboard will run with to do the BIOS upgrade prior to installing the new CPU, however.

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How to Protect PC from Overheating?


Laptop over heating which is also known as Thermal Overload.This is mainly due to excess usage of CPU(More than 60%) for a long time.


To check CPU usage Right click on Task Bar>Select Start Task Manager>Performance.

or

Shortcut Ctrl+Shift+Esc

If your CPU usage is more than 50% you need to close some applications which are using 20++% CPU.
To check application which are using 20++% CPU
Right click on Task Bar>Select Start Task Manager> Processes
Search in this dialog box for programs which are using 30++% CPU
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You need to close this application to prevent PC from over heating.Actually %age usage indicates load to CPU by the application.If load is to much CPU is to processes at faster speed which in turn increases temperature of CPU.

To close the program select the program,and select End Process.



If didn't found any program using 30++% CPU in this dialog box.
Select Show process from all users. and search in this dialog box and close the program.

Caution:some times your system also uses 30++% CPU inn some processes like anti virus scanning,at this if you closed the program your PC may shutdown.At this time you need to restart the PC.

This usually happens for out dated anti virus or incompatible programs.

There are some other factors like Graphics Properties and Graphic Memory,Display size, Processor type,etc.At this time its better top use a cooling pad.




Some program like camera drivers,Simulation softwares,games uses 50+% CPU.This is common these programs need to process large amount of data at short interval time which increases CPU usage but this is normal.


The processors properties are tested at 140*c so no need to worry.If the CPU exceeds the limited temperature PC will shuts down automatically,and after cooling you need to start the PC.
Thank you...:)

ANY SUGGESTIONS...?

on Feb 16, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Bad cpu slot 1


for troubleshooting purposes i would switch the cpu in slot 1 with the cpu in slot 2 and see if the error follows the cpu or stays with the slot. that would tell you if you need a new cpu or motherboard. what model server do you have and does it have more than 1 cpu?

May 02, 2012 | Dell Computers & Internet

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How to install cpu on HP Pavilion a1140n Desktop PC


Remove the heatsink and fan assembly over the CPU.
The CPU is locked in the CPU socket, lift up the locking lever to release the CPU.
The new CPU needs to be inserted into the socket and then lower the lever to lock the CPU into the socket.
Coat the CPU with heatsink compound before fitting the heatsink and fan.

Jan 20, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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Laptop overheating, need to remove the back casing.


Most laptop having high temperature. Use notebook cooler and place it under the laptop...Overheating is caused by CPU..so if you can opening the CPU, clean the CPU for both cooler and CPU surface, then put into it a cpu thermal grease. This way will reduce CPU temperature.

Aug 08, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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WANT TO KNOW HOW TO INSTALL A PROCESSOR


First you will need to know what kind of socket you have on your motherboard, so you can purchase the correct CPU for your replacement. Intel and AMD have lots of different socket sizes so don't overlook this point. If you have the CPU that you are going to replace, all you need is a screwdriver, thermal paste, and CPU fan.

1) Open the case cover with screwdriver, and open side panel to locate CPU.

2) Using a screwdriver or sometimes just release clamps to take off the CPU fan.

3) Release lever on the side of the socket to release the CPU.

4) Pull out old CPU and install new CPU, (Be very careful not to bend the pins on the CPU.)

5) Put small amount of thermal paste on top CPU.

6) Replace CPU fan and connect power to the fan, replace cover.

Now in a perfect world this should be it, but if you upgraded you CPU you should go into you BIOS and check the settings for your CPU. To make sure the voltage is correct.

Look here if you need more help.

Jan 27, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Hello,

you need a new CPU cooler and the part you will be needing is called 'CPU COOLER". Go to any computer accessories shop/store within your vicinity and purchase another CPU cooler. You will need to remove the one from your motherboard and use it as a sample to get another one so that you can get exact size of cooler that will fit your CPU because CPU coolers varies in size and shape.

Good luck.

Aug 03, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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It restarts itself every after 15minutes


At this time you need to check first the CPU fan if it is spinning to prevent overheating. Some cause of this problem is the RAM check also the RAM or you may remove it and try to turn on if it will provide sound. But specifically this is a CPU problem you need to disassemble the CPU. If the CPU fan is not spinning and faulty already you need to replace it. When you reassemble the unit you need to put a thermal paste between the CPU and the heat sink so that the heat from CPU will absorbed by the heat sink.

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How to replace CPU on HP 6735s


Most likely from the back (the underside) where the fan/s are located. You will need to remove the fan/heatsink to get to the CPU. The CPU is locked in place with a zero insertion socket, you need the turn the locking screw 90 degrees to release the CPU.
Be careful when you insert the new CPU, there is a notch that indicates the orientation of the CPU to the socket.
After installing the CPU don't forget to put some heatsink compound on the CPU before installing the fan/heatsink.

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CPU speed - and turn off


Need more information. What operating system are you running. You should be able to set the CPU throttling in the O/S or BIOS.

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