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Windows 7: CPU not works

29 May 2011   #11

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by pooch View Post
Use the other CPU to upgrade the BIOS and make sure to read and know what you are doing before you do it or you will end up with a useless MB

Have a look here, MSI Global – Mainboard - P55-CD53
You will also find manuals here for your system
I,ve used another cpu and pc works normally


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29 May 2011   #12

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by spec009 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by pooch View Post
Use the other CPU to upgrade the BIOS and make sure to read and know what you are doing before you do it or you will end up with a useless MB

Have a look here, MSI Global – Mainboard - P55-CD53
You will also find manuals here for your system
I,ve used another cpu and pc works normally
?????

You are not making any sense are both CPU's the same??
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29 May 2011   #13

7 Ultimate x64
 
 

If the question is, "can I pop off the heatsink and tinker around" like I would pop the hood of a car open... then no. If you got a dead cpu there's nothing you can do to bring it back to life. Don't try to circumvent reality. It's dead; send it back.

There are no moving parts to replace and the parts that are there are too small for you to even see... so forget it.

If you reset the bios, either by clearing cmos or by pulling the battery on an otherwise fully functioning machine, and the machine doesn't boot up... it's dead. Does your board have LED's that tell you what's failing the post?
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29 May 2011   #14

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

[QUOTE=pooch;1420775]
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by spec009 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by pooch View Post
Use the other CPU to upgrade the BIOS and make sure to read and know what you are doing before you do it or you will end up with a useless MB

Have a look here, MSI Global – Mainboard - P55-CD53
You will also find manuals here for your system
I,ve used another cpu and pc works normally
?????

You are not making any sense are both CPU's the same??[/QU
i5 750 and i3 550, PC boots up normally with i3 550
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29 May 2011   #15

7 Ultimate x64
 
 

You should not need a bios update. That board supported the i5-750 back in 09. Feature - Overclocking Intel's Core i5 750 | bit-tech.net

It's dead...
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29 May 2011   #16

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Fumz View Post
If the question is, "can I pop off the heatsink and tinker around" like I would pop the hood of a car open... then no. If you got a dead cpu there's nothing you can do to bring it back to life. Don't try to circumvent reality. It's dead; send it back.

There are no moving parts to replace and the parts that are there are too small for you to even see... so forget it.

If you reset the bios, either by clearing cmos or by pulling the battery on an otherwise fully functioning machine, and the machine doesn't boot up... it's dead. Does your board have LED's that tell you what's failing the post?
Mother have led's all funs work, may be it is dead
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29 May 2011   #17

 
 

assuming the motherboard supports both i3 and i5 and that they are the same socket type LGA 1156 then it should work.

do you have another i5 capable motherboard to test it on, preferbly one actually running an i5 already?

how did it come packed from e-bay? in the manufacters box unopened? or in some bubble wrap?

was the cpu exposed to static during or prior to fitting? exposure to static could have been from yourself or not packed properly in an antistatic bag if it wasn't in the oem box.

did you have any difficulty fitting it into the slot, did you have to force it or did it just slot right in?

cpu's are very delicate sure we can get away with handling them sometimes but it takes just one incedent of a static charge to kill them, static discharge accounts for a rather large amount of failures in components excluding overheating and overclocking.
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29 May 2011   #18

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gazz9496 View Post
assuming the motherboard supports both i3 and i5 and that they are the same socket type LGA 1156 then it should work.

do you have another i5 capable motherboard to test it on, preferbly one actually running an i5 already?

how did it come packed from e-bay? in the manufacters box unopened? or in some bubble wrap?

was the cpu exposed to static during or prior to fitting? exposure to static could have been from yourself or not packed properly in an antistatic bag if it wasn't in the oem box.

did you have any difficulty fitting it into the slot, did you have to force it or did it just slot right in?
yes I have tested


cpu's are very delicate sure we can get away with handling them sometimes but it takes just one incedent of a static charge to kill them, static discharge accounts for a rather large amount of failures in components excluding overheating and overclocking.
yes I have tested on working PC and PC not boots
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29 May 2011   #19

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
 
 

Dead CPU.
Very rarely it happens......but it does happen.
I'd contact the seller immediately. If the seller is unwilling to refund your money, open a case with either Ebay or Paypal.
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29 May 2011   #20
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1
 
 

You have not answered all questions. Is the motherboard compatible with the new CPU? What is the new CPU? What is the old CPU?
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Learn more about the MSI P55-CD53
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ModelBrand MSI Model P55-CD53 Supported CPUCPU Socket Type LGA 1156 CPU Type Core i7 (LGA1156)/i5 (LGA1156)
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