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I have a new 845GV mother board since my old mother board has gone faulty, i tried to replace the intel P4 , 1.8 GHZ processor but the system is not booting. i have confirmed that the processor is ok by replacing in a working system. please tell me what could be the problem

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Gray area. Your processor may not be compatible with the specs on the new board.

Hindsight it is always advisable to purchase processor along with your chooen motherboard, suppliers areall to keen to sell and will say "Yes" that should work? and is suitable.

Remember, a lot of sales assistants need sales and not all are professional or computer friendly.

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