Quote: Originally Posted by Britton30
If you have the board model number you will be using it would help. Also the model of the Pentium 4, there are several types out now and all are not interchangeable.
The motherboard came out of a Dell Optiplex GX520 or GX620, I looked everywhere on the MB but didn't come up with any numbers that made since so I listed the numbers I found:
ASSEMBLED IN CHINA
Here are the numbers on the Pentium 4 I want to use:
630 SL7Z9 COSTA RICA
When powered up it goes through the boot process all the way to the Windows 7 logo then I get the "BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH"! I've changed the harddrive with a known good one but still does the same exact thing so my next option was changing the processor!