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Upgrading i am trying to upgrade my computer with a q9450, but when i put it in my cpu wion't boot up?? Is there a solution to this problem??

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Hello there.

Yes, you need to update your Motherboard's BIOS to add support for the q9450 CPU, as its very new.

Please check your manual or the asus website for instruction on how to update safely.

Hope this helps.

Posted on Apr 10, 2008

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