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Windows 7: "new CPU installed" message keeps appearing bios start up


30 Jun 2012   #11
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If you have AMD's cool and quiet it will show the stock results at idle. Open CPUz and run something like Prime95 and see if you see the proper bios settings.


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30 Jun 2012   #12

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cool'n'quiet is disabled same as c1e support can't figure it out
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31 Jul 2012   #13

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Hello all I'm still having this problem I have the bios chip over it did occasionally work without getting the message but now if I go into bios on start up my oc settings are there I get the new CPU message an on boot up if I look in cpuz it shows the settings as factory but if I shut down an go into bios again its the same as before with my oc settings are still there totally confused by this
Oh plus now I'm getting a MSG saying my windows isnt genuine argh
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31 Jul 2012   #14
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When you say that CPUz is showing stock settings, are you running something like Prime95 or Intel Burn test?
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31 Jul 2012   #15

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No not running any tests before when in cpuz it shows up multiplier and clock settings to be the same as values entered in bios
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31 Jul 2012   #16
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Fruitbat, obviously I am not understanding. In the first post today I understood you to say that bios is overclocked and cpuz showed stock settings. This last post says cpuz shows the same settings you set in bios. Those are 2 different things. CPU Frequency = Base clock X multiplier. So, I don't understand. As far as the new CPU part goes, I am running out of suggestions. As TVeblen said on page 1, either your board has gone south or the problem is the bent CPU pin. I would guess it is possible that your board reading a new CPU and your Windows Validation could be the result of the same problem. If your board is reading a new cpu then perhaps Windows validation is reading a new cpu also. All of these problems could possibly be because the bent cpu pin is causing it to not read something or reading it wrong. Bear in mind, I am hazarding a wild guess there, but that is the only plausible explanation I can come up with at the moment.
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31 Jul 2012   #17

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Is the BIOS version of your board compatible with the processor you are using?
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31 Jul 2012   #18
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Deacon, if it is the board and processor listed in his specs, the answer is yes, they are compatible. Asus lists it on their site for that board. If he has bios above 0505
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31 Jul 2012   #19

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Yes everything's compatible it used to run with no problems but it's playing that I've watercooled it I've taken everything apart incase that was the issue but nothing
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31 Jul 2012   #20

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Sorry didn't make it clear it used to show the same settings but not any more
The pins are ok, is there anyway of checking the chip??
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