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the motherboard needs to have a socket 478 which supports Prescott rocessors and to support an FSB of 533MHz (4 x 133). There are many eg
and see Intel Celeron 325 Compatible Motherboards
A pin processor have the pins at its bottom which merges in to the motherboard! A pinless processor has no pins.pinless processor has a flat bottom with around an extra 297 connections to the motherboard. You cant fit one to a pinned socket.vote me if it is helpful
Any Pentium 4 northwood or willamette CPU should work, when ordering your CPU make sure is for socket 478, you can use up to 2.80 Mhz speeds on that motherboard. you can get those on ebay for a good price.
Hope my opinion helped. :)
check your motherboard specifications from the motherboard manufacture website ... i think your motherboard will not support that processor .. as you have not given the motherboard i couldnt able to check it ...
if it supports then i think you are wrong some where ....
I have experienced something similar with my new Core2Duo processor and a fairly new Socket 775 processor. Troubleshooting it led me to believe the CPU simply wasn't compatible with the motherboard.
Although it's a shot in the dark, I suggest that you try out some of the following:
- Did you try pulling out the graphics card to see if you got it to POST then? The graphics card or the monitor may need replacing.
- Did you remove the RAM?
- Are you sure all cables are attached properly?
- Try to take out the CPU, talk to a friend with a socket 478 motherboard and replace his CPU with your CPU. Does it work now? If yes, motherboard needs to be replaced.