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I have a fx 4100 with a GA-78LMT-S2P http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4028#ov

with the latest bios on boot i get an error saying "processor not supported fx 4100"

FIXED after maybe my 20th reboot it seems to have fixed itself??

as for temps that is not fixed yet

in CPUZ, HW Monitor, and My Computer it shows that i have a fx 4100, but why on boot does it say cpu not supported? Gigabytes site shows support http://www.gigabyte.com/support-downloads/cpu-support-popup.aspx?pid=4028

another issue is cpu temps, coretemp and hw montor show 0C
Edited by exzited - 2/25/12 at 8:23pm
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I would make sure pin contact with the CPU is good, and reset the CMOS as well. If that doesn't help it might be a borked CPU or Mobo.
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I would make sure pin contact with the CPU is good, and reset the CMOS as well. If that doesn't help it might be a borked CPU or Mobo.

i reset the cmos already, in bios it reads the temp as 29c system temp, 15c cpu temp 18 ambient

my computer works fine if that means anything

what do you mean pin contact

EDIT im running a 212+ but i still dont think my cpu should be less then ambient, when i take my heat gun to the heatsink it shoes 23c
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i reset the cmos already, in bios it reads the temp as 29c system temp, 15c cpu temp 18 ambient
my computer works fine if that means anything
what do you mean pin contact
EDIT im running a 212+ but i still dont think my cpu should be less then ambient, when i take my heat gun to the heatsink it shoes 23c

Usually that error message means the BIOS does not properly recognise the CPU I.D. This usually means that you need to update your BIOS. Other software may or may not read your CPU correctly but you DO need the BIOS to read it correctly to set the proper CPU boot voltage.

Gigabyte has had some issues with the FX BIOS so I would make sure that you have the latest BIOS for your specific model mobo. If you still have issues after installing the latest BIOS - I'd e-mail Gigabyte Tech Support as your BIOS needs to recognise your CPU properly.

It's impossible for your CPU to be below ambient temp. At Idle it's typically +5-10 C. Infrared temp guns won't show the true CPU or core temps.
Edited by AMD4ME - 2/25/12 at 8:35pm
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Usually that error message means the BIOS does not properly recognise the CPU I.D. This usually means that you need to update your BIOS. Other software may or may not read your CPU correctly but you DO need the BIOS to read it correctly to set the proper CPU boot voltage.
Gigabyte has had some issues with the FX BIOS so I would make sure that you have the latest BIOS for your specific model mobo. If you still have issues after installing the latest BIOS - I'd e-mail Gigabyte Tech Support as your BIOS needs to recognise your CPU properly.

i edited my post mid way, i do not get that error anymore, i dont know why but it just doesn't show up anymore

but i still have problems with proper temp readings
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i edited my post mid way, i do not get that error anymore, i dont know why but it just doesn't show up anymore
but i still have problems with proper temp readings

That was an easy fix... wink.gif

I see you tried Core Temp. Since it's impossible for it to be 0C, I'm guessing there is a temp sensor or BIOS issue as both Core temp and the BIOS use the same data source.
Edited by AMD4ME - 2/25/12 at 8:35pm
post #7 of 7
I Got a friend with the same processor.
Even though he has a different motherboard his temps are way off as well.
I Gave him the same tip.
Download AIDA64, and in the sensor tab your cpu-temp should show up.
Worked for him anyway,,,
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