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Re: motherboard related problem
You need to update your bios for the later stepping proceesors from asus, download to a floppy disc and insert before you start up your system
I having P5RD1-VM motherboard, whenever i shutdown & switch off power properly and start it again then i seen the bios manufacturer time on system. i have allready checked my cmos battery & updated bios by using bios upgrade utility but i having same problem from last six month. can you give me suggesion?
You can go to ASUS website and check under CPU support whether you cpu is supported and will tell you which bios upgrade revision is needed to support your cpu.
If the present bios firmware revision can support your cpu then it could be your bios chip being partial faulty as it cannot update your cpu microcode
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This could have been a RAM issue or a BIOS issue. Check your RAM first and reset your CMOS. If possible upgrade your BIOS version from the manufacturers website. but be very careful if you do so. a wrong move may spoil your Board completely.
your problem appears to be incompatibility between motherboard and CPU. this usually relate to your bios. it needs to updated.
the motherboard you have listed is not on asus web site. p5800-mx is not a complete model name. it is p5p800, p5s800 or similar. so what i do is put on the pat to fix your problem.
go to asus web site. www.asus.com choose your region choose services choose support choose download in select a product choose "motherboards" in select a socket choose "socket 775" in select model find your motherboard and click on it choose your operating system (not relevant in your case) so whatever you choose would be ok. click on the + sign next to the bios. all the available bios versions are listed for download. check to see if there is a higher version than yours. what you download comes with executable installation file. generally there would be instructions as well.
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