How To Fix Suggestions for BIOS compatible CPU
Suggestions for BIOS compatible CPU is the name of the error that contains information about the error, including the reason why it occurred, which system component or application was malfunctioning that caused the error, and other information. The numerical code in the name of the error contains data that can be decoded by the manufacturer of the faulty component or application. An error using this code can occur in many different places in the system. Although the name contains some details, it is still difficult for the user to find and eliminate the cause of the error without specialized technical knowledge or the appropriate software.
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I was wondering if i could get some suggestions on cheap pre-updated bios compatible CPUs (version 1.02g BIOS)? I have an ASUS P5N-D LGA 775 NVIDIA nForce 750i SLI ATX Intel Motherboard And i am needing to buy a CPU to update my bios for my Intel Core 2 Quad Q8400 Yorkfield 2.66GHz LGA 775 95W Quad-Core Processor. I was going to go on Ebay to get one....
What causes Suggestions for BIOS compatible CPU
If you received this error on your PC, it means that there is a malfunction in your system. Common causes are incorrect or unsuccessful installation or removal of software that could leave invalid entries in the Windows registry, the effects of a virus or malware attack, an incorrect system shutdown due to a power failure, or another factor in which a person with little technical knowledge accidentally deletes the required A system file or registry entry, as well as several other reasons. The immediate cause of "Suggestions for BIOS compatible CPU" is a failure when one of its normal operations is properly started by a system or application component.
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Are these parts compatible? + suggestions?
Win 7 64 bit pro is about the best choice for an OS you could make at the moment. What does that even mean.......
Thank you greatly, in advance.
This is my first so any nooby help would be appreciated.
- Corsair TX750W 750-Watt Power Supply -
- Corsair XMS3 Tri Channel 6GB PC12800 DDR3 Memory 1600MHz -
- EVGA X58 SLI LE Motherboard -
- EVGA AR GeForce GTX 460 Video Card - 1024MB -
- Windows 7 64bit Pro
- Western Digital WD5000AAKS Caviar Blue Hard Drive -
- COOLER MASTER Storm Scout -
- Asus DRW-24B1ST 24X Internal DVD Burner -
- Intel Core i7 930 Processor BX80601930 -
I think i listed everything.
Also if you know a good CPU cooler. The WD Caviar blue, I'd rather see you grab the same drive in a Caviar Black. (Once you've had a Caviar Black, you'll never go back). I guess i can't post the links sorry. =(
In spite of the fact that it's just asking to be confused, I would wait for a few more opinions on the motherboard.
Looking for DD-WRT compatible router suggestions
I figured i would ask on here before randomly trying routers off the supported list as from my experience technically supported and a good experience dont always go hand in hand. I dont need a ton of bells and whistles, no wifi or anything like that. Fast as lightning.
I can connect via PTPP, IPSec, or OpenVPN. I am looking for a stable router that supports DD-WRT.
Good morning. I just want something that is rock solid and wont need rebooting on a regular basis and will support DD-WRT.
The reason I am looking for this is i would like a router that i can connect my home network to a VPN. I think it's running a 16xxx build.
Need compatible upgrade suggestions.
I know way off in the future I'll need a new motherboard, but before I head off, I want to get the best possible processor my motherboard can handle for a decent price. Any sweet spots for power/price guys? I'm done with ATI. can my PCI express slots support PCI express 2.0).
Any recommendations on a nice little hard drive that totes the speed for a fair price? ALL of my problems so far have come from my video card. CPU: With DX10 games coming out in the near future, I'm going to be looking at getting a better CPU before I head off to college. DDR2 800 is preferable, but I'm not sure if there has been "better" RAM that has come out that my mother board supports
HD: I'm looking to get a 10,000rpm raptor in the near future.
I'm looking for a good nvidia video card that will work with my mobo (should be any right? Once again, I'll be making these upgrades towards the end of summer. I'm looking to upgrade to 4GB RAM, possibly a hard drive, and in the future I'll need a new processor and video card. I'm currently running my 2.4 dual core cpu, and I know my 775 motherboard can take on a quad core.
Several times it stopped displaying picture, displaying random colors flashing on all the pixels, and wouldn't work again until I took out the video card and reseated it.
Hey guys, this forum was a crucial part in building my rig a year and a half ago, and I'm going to call on this community o...
First build - Is it compatible and/or any suggestions
the price of this build not including the monitor is about $980. If anyone has any tips or suggestions it would be greatly appreciated. GIGABYTE GA-P55A-UD3 LGA 1156 Intel P55 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard
IMO worth the extra $2.
My name is Vic and this is going to be my first build.
Also, built in monitor speakers aren't really nice.
I have been doing a bit of research for the last few days and have come up with this build. I like this motherboard a little more though.
OCZ Reaper HPC Edition 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Low Voltage Desktop Memory Model OCZ3RPR1600C8LV4GK
Got some thermal paste?
WINDOWS ME compatible BACKUP SOFTWARE - suggestions please
Can anyone suggest backup software for Windows ME that will do image copy (as opposed to file copy) and that supports DVD as the backup medium. I use it. Things like Drive Image 7 are not compatible with ME
Drive image 7 includes drive image 2002 which is compatible with ME.
There's also Norton Ghost or Acronis true image.
Looking for a good compatible processor upgrade.. any suggestions?
just trying to see if anyone has had any luck with these in a XPS410.. I want to get the best upgrade possible and I know there are more processors that work besides whats on their compatibility list which Ive attached below.
So im looking for a compatible processor upgrade for my old Dell XPS 410. I am limited to buying only from newegg.com and all I can see thats on the list is the E6700 but its the wolfdale model..
but does Newegg sell it? would this be compatible? It currently holds the Core 2 Duo E6300..
sorry, not had a look at the site so, probably would be a good starting place.
I was also looking at the wolfdale E7500 and E7600 series..
PCI Express Intel-Compatible Motherboard Suggestions?
I'm looking to replace the logic board in my desktop system with a PCI Express-capable model. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16813157075
After looking at both, I'd definitely go with the albatron model of the two, it has 1 more pci slot, and also has full pci express x16(not the asrocks "agi express", which is limited). Here're two I could find w/ pci-e and socket 478. If you need firewire you can add a card like this(or if you need ide ports and get the above, firewire is already built in).
It basically means you need to use sata hard drives with the board, (or you'd have to get a pci/pci-e x1 ide controller to add 2 more ide connectors). http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E1681512400
Or if you don't want to tie up a pci slot, you could get a pci-e x1 model like this. The downside to the albatron is that it only has 1 ide port, so you could only have 1 ide hd if you have one cd/dvd drive, or no ide drives if you have 2 cd/dvd drives. Suggestions?
A socket 478 p4 board with pci-e is not too common.
And if you need gigabit ethernet, same situation, you can get pci or pci-e x1. The current logic board is an Asus P4C800-E with a 3.4 ghz P4 CPU. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...
Audio enhancer suggestions, easy to use and Windows 10 compatible ?
I use my Laptop's speakers pretty often, would like to have a higher quality out of it. The only other way to enhance audio without using an equalizer would be to either a) get new speakers or b) get a new external sound card which isn't possible in case of a laptop. Isn't an audio enhancer in your case same as an equalizer? You can give it a shot and see if it works, though I'm pretty sure it's chipset specific.
Thank you in advanced... Any suggestions for an easy to use software, I'm not looking for an Equalizer but enhancer, higher quality audio.. My MSI GT60 has Thx Pro enhancements using Creative Sound Enhancer.
Suggestions on a good wireless Netgear router that is TiVo compatible
Any suggestions on a $60 or less Netgear model? ALSO.... I don't have to use Netgear but I have in the past and they seem to work well. which is better...
I'm looking to get a cheap but good wireless router to be able to stream TiVo content.
Well the title pretty much sums it up. My computer is upstairs and the TiVo HD XL box will be located downstairs. They aren't that far apart.
Wireless N or G? Linksys seem to crap out on me.
Taking Suggestions for a Compatible Defrag Program for Vista Home Premium 64 Bit
I used it on my Vista64 system for years.
I would like to get some suggestions for Vista 64 Bit Defrag Applications... Try Puran. and of course I'm looking for something other than the Defrag function that comes with Vista...
I've been digging around forums and the web but it's still not clear who's got a compatible Defrag...
I have Windows Vista Home Premium 64 Bit. It came loaded on an older NOS HP G60 Series Notebook I recently purchased. suggestions that are 100% verifiable...
It's free. I liked it's speed and it's optimization strategy. I had Windows XP 32 Bit on my older system, and was a fan of Auslogics Disk Defrag Free.
Enjoy Your Moments,
John B. I just began using it. At their site, it says it's only compatible with Vista 32. I don't want to wreck my file system or anything like that.
500 ISK - Suspect BIOS Compatible (SATA 3.0 Hard Drive on ODD via Caddy Bay not dectect by BIOS)
Internal HDD: SATA 3.0 (6.0Gb/s) Hard Disk 750GB
Caddy Bay: SATA 3.0 SSD Samsung 850 EVO
=>> Unable to Boot through SSD (F11 Selection, also not appear in BIOS) also not detect SSD after booting to Windows.
2. Internal HDD: SATA 3.0 HDD 750GB
Caddy Bay: SATA 2.0 HDD Toshiba
=>> Both drives detect in BIOS and Windows.
3. Internal HDD: SATA 3.0 HDD 750GB
Caddy Bay: SATA 3.0 HDD Seagate
=>> BIOS and F11 selection only detect Internal HDD but Windows could detect also using Caddy Bay Hard Drive normally.
I have also tested some other cases with different Caddy Bay Brand, Hard Drives, with Switchs change in Caddy Bay and got the same result.
Making some research over Internet I have found some other users got the same issues like this.
To sum up, it is right time for Lenovo to help us with new BIOS which bring better compatible to SATA 3.0 device under their SATA 2.0 port for DVD. (This is also a strange in design which a new powerful Skylake still have some SATA 2.0 Port).
Original System (DVD & Internal HDD)
Internal HDD SATA 3.0 & Caddy Bay HDD SATA 2.0
HDD on Caddy Bay Statistics (Scenarios 3)
SATA 2 Port at Skylake System
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Can't update bios with WinFlash - "flash bios is not compatible with this product"
Unable to use Radeon HD 5450 card on M58P 6234-A1U...suggestions for compatible cards?
But all the the ATI 4xxx series work.
Msi eclipse BIOS setting suggestions
Can any suggest very best BIOS setting for MSI ECLIPSE Mother board
Actually i reset my setting and system is working on default setting.some time system hangs.i think its not properly bios setting.
Cannot access BIOS, freezes. Suggestions ?
Once i'm in i would be able to fix whatever there is to fix. Remove all but 1 memory stick? So now i restart the computer and it just shows me the MSI message in the beginning with the options to press TAB or DEL for Setup and freezes.
The mobo manual should tell you taht and if you don't have it you wouold most likley be able to download it. When i hold the TAB or DEL or Esc key in the beginning it gives me this message and then freezes again. :
A7369NNS V2.4 112007
Cpu : AMD Sempron(tm) Processor LE-110
Memory Frequency For DDR2 800 (Single-Channel)
1 AMD North Bridge, Rev G1
USB Device(s) : 1 Keyboard, 2 Mice
Auto-Detecting Pri Slave...ATAPI CDROM:CD-ROM 50X 11
Auti-Detecting Serial-ATA 1 Channel..IDE Hard Disk:WDC WD1600AAJS-00WAA0 58.01I
Auto-Detecting SerialATA 4 Channel..ATAPI CDROM:TSSTcrop CDDVDW SH-S203D SB00
Auto-detecting USB Mass Storage Devices ..
00 USB mass storage devices found and configured. You say you removed all hardware but did you try to boot with only hard drive mouse and keyboard and psu plugged in? If not can you try another video card?
Remove all pci cards except video if needed. Some things i already tried but gave me no results:
- taking out the power and removing the small battery for 20 min
- shifting the position of the jumpers
- removing all of the hardware and plug it back in
- trying to start with an XP installation disk
- removed the USB Mouse and Keyboard and tried t...
AT/AT Compatible BIOS
It tells me that I must have supervisory privileges to do this. Does anybody know how I get bleeping supervisory privileges for the BIOS? I tried logging on as administrator (in Windows XP Professional), and then asking for a restart, and that did not work.
Today I found a new problem in my IBM ThinkPad R4 with AT/AT comptible BIOS. John Doner
On my laptop (admittedly a toshiba not an IBM) there's a message at bottom of screen at every boot-up which says "PRESS C TO BOOT FROM CD", so there's no need to change the BIOS boot sequence. I wonder if your laptop has a similar feature and you haven't noticed it during boot-up?
I find that when I enter BIOS at startup, it will not let me change the boot order, which prevents me from booting from a CD ROM unless the hard drive is actually scrogged.
BIOS not compatible
I downloded the latest BIOS (dated Nov 2016) but upon installation it reported that it was not compatible.
Despite the HP Assistant regularly updating the BIOS I've discovered that The installed BIOS id 80.10 dated Oct 2014.I was investigating as the computer ramdomly reboots and the diagnostics sugested updating the BIOS.
Bios update suggestions M58P 7479?
Go to Solution.
Has anyone had success updating Bios on a M58P 7479 SFF or similar? A computer shop tried using bios update instructions provided on this site but claimed it kept failing before finishing. Mine is currently at bios 5ckt54aus & I was going to try downloading 5cj977a.iso & use a bootable CD to update.
Yes, CD ISO is always the most reliable way to update BIOS (as it bypasses Windows, and any possible problem it can cause -- perhaps your IT guy tried to update that way, and failed.) There is no way that I know of to backup a BIOS, although the ISO method does a number of checks before going forward with the update to prevent a problem.
You might want to test the memory/processor with MemTest86 before hand to ensure your system is problem free.
Is bootable CD best option and any suggestions re backing up bios prior to update?
Bios is not acpi compatible.
i had disconnected the hard drive and again connecte it but no change also in the bios on diagnostics i have the option of memory and startup check but hdd self test option is grayed..plz help..
It was kept for a moth in the store room.I did not use it for a month and kept it as such. When i tried to start it i got a choice that there are some memory changes.."save chanes or ignore them" i chose the save option..and after that the resolution of the start up was all changed it became very low..and when it tried to start and reached the starting windows logo preparing automatic repair started..windows is loading files and when the bar completed the laptop was restarted and then i got to choose between start win normally or start automatic repair..No matter which option i chose it starts the automatic repair and is again restarted and i get another black screen that windows failed to start a recent hardware or software might be the cause and on the info it shows that bios is not acpi compatible..i tried to install the windows and again the same loop of automatic repair happened..
Compatible BIOS for Win 7 on G505s
I am looking to downgrade to Windows 7 and was wondering if my current BIOS is compatible with Win 7 (my BIOS is v2.02). Is this a stable BIOS to run Win 7 on? Please tell me what is best to do. Thank you.
Is it possible for me to upgrade to BIOS v2.03 or v2.05?