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Re: soltek 8kt800 pro motherboard
You need to check the bios setting, CMOS, by pressing f2 or delete button, but be careful, just have a look if your board is reading the hard disk and memory. try to go exit and press the load set up defaults, your system might not be read at all , a loosen cable or a hdd problem
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Note that SOLTEK has gone bankrupt.
Their "support" site (www.soltek.com.tw) is now owned by a "domain-squatter". So, there no longer is any information online about CPU-support for SOLTEK motherboards.