Hi, i am using a GA-VM900MC Motherboard. I recently bought a neworocessor and wanted to change the processor. But when i did, thecomputer came on, i played a game and that was it. Before i installedthe processor, it kept going off abruptly. Or it restarts itself. Nowit doesn't even turn on. It just goes on and shuts itself off. Ithappend to both my systems as i tried upgrading thier processors.Sometimes it tries to display on screen then turns off. Meanwhile, thefan turns but no display onscreen
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processors do not give out easily which only means there is a 70% percent chance that this might be caused by a motherboard problem. This happened to myself. It turns on for around half a second and then nothing. I changed motherboards and now I am using the same processor on a new board. You may also want to check if the processor has any burn or overheat marks. Also check if all the pins on the processor are in tact and aligned. If all is good then there is a chance the board is already busted. Hope this helps
Motherboards designed for AMD processors have radical differences in design from those designed for Intel processors. The most obvious of those differences is the socket which accommodates the processor, which is totally different in both case. This means that you cannot use an Intel processor on a motherboard designed for an AMD processor, & vice versa. You have to replace the motherboard with one designed for the Intel processor you plan to use.