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post #491 of 737
hi.
i have some problems
have xeon 5450 cpu
mb is ESC G41t-m7 bios 09/02/2011
hdd is 2tb seagate WD green sata2
onboard vga
it runs good in dos mode, in bios is good too.
runs all tests throught dos.
but when try to install windows it freezes.
help pls.
Edited by zauriko - 3/5/14 at 9:14pm
post #492 of 737
Was it OK before changing the cpu? I mean if it could install windows.

From my experience I have seen motherboards to take a very long time to pass one installation point, if I remember right just before recognizing HDD and seem they have frozen, but they are not. They take just a very long time to overcome this point.
Some other times it is a DVD problem, either the disk or the DVDRom. I have seen some DVDRom cannot install windows, making reading errors, or some other times cannot load a Linux live DVD.

Check if you have plugged all the cables right. Check if you have plugged the EPS12V 4pin.
As a last attempt install the previous cpu back and see if problem persists, then there is something else wrong.
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post #493 of 737
yes.
it was working normal with E840 cpu.
and worked normal when i removed xeon i put back e8400.
i have some mistake.
my hdd is WD green 2tb ...
also i forgot to write ram is Patriot ddr3 2gb.
also tried install from usb drive.
the same.
post #494 of 737
Which 5450 you are using X or E

Also, what type of CPU cooler are you using?
post #495 of 737
So, does it install windows with the E8400 or you have not tried lately?
What matters is if it can install win now. Not if it works OK with an already installed windows HDD.
Cause it could be a HDD partition problem.

Check also what NeoT says, it has to do with the cpu temp and the TDP.

If it installs windows successfully with the E8400 then use this installation to check if the Xeon 5450 runs OK.
It does not need to be done with the 5450. Windows will then recognize the 5450.
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post #496 of 737
installed win 7 with e8400 - everything was clear and fast.

then put e5450 on installed win 7 system - it started freezing.
post #497 of 737
So it could be a temperature problem, a motherboard incompatibility problem, an adapter problem, a faulty cpu, etc.
But I think your mobo does not support more than 95W cpus.

So as NeoT said post your heatsink, the Xeon model if it is an X or E and post the cpu temp and the voltages that bios reports.
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post #498 of 737
I have had similar problems on a bunch of lower end boards. I found the solution is to use the "L" series cpu's. I think the problem has to do with weak VRM modules. I have had a lot of luck with the L5420 (best price per $).
post #499 of 737
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I updated the EVGA P10 bios with updated microcodes for my Xeon cpu (the P10 has revision C codes, I updated them with the revision F). Still no luck. I did figure out that once I get the Xeon running after first switching the Pentium D out, that if I go into the BIOS and exit WITHOUT saving then it will restart.

So, this means that something is changing in the BIOS when I enter it or when the computer boots all the way. If I enter the BIOS and exit WITH saving then it won't boot. So even though I haven't touched any settings something must have changed.

Does anyone have any idea what it could be?

I have that exact board in a build, I ended up using a E5472, had no problems whatsoever. I ended up using XFX's P10 bios. Make sure that you have the memory unlinked and within the right timing/frequency. The link to the exact bios I used is http://members.iinet.net.au/~michaeldd/790i_P10_XFX_(DELL_SLIC_v2.1).rar I do not recall if I injected Microcode but I do not believe I did. Hope this helps.
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I have that exact board in a build, I ended up using a E5472, had no problems whatsoever. I ended up using XFX's P10 bios. Make sure that you have the memory unlinked and within the right timing/frequency. The link to the exact bios I used is http://members.iinet.net.au/~michaeldd/790i_P10_XFX_(DELL_SLIC_v2.1).rar I do not recall if I injected Microcode but I do not believe I did. Hope this helps.

Thanks for the suggestion,

I tried a lot of different BIOS's with no luck. The 790i is really picky about CPUs in my experience. There is more in the BIOS controlling which CPUs work other than the microcode. For example, my Pentium D 925 isn't officially supported, however it worked perfectly using an old bios (previous to P09, dont remember what version it was) and using the P10 bios. However, it would get stuck at post code 29 when I tried to boot using the P09 bios (I had to order a new BIOS chip to hot flash back to P10 on the original chip). P09 and P10 both use the same microcodes for the Pentium D 925, so that was strange. That's why I think there is more controlling cpu compatibility in the 790i bios than simply microcodes.

Anyway,

I picked up my E5405 for $13.00 on eBay, it wasn't a big loss so I decided to use a X5470 instead since others have confirmed that works That was only $85.00 on eBay and will be much faster than the E5405. It works perfectly on my board, although overclocking it while using 16GB of memory is difficult, I think the SPP is being pushed to its limits.

I'm going to try the E5405 in the old family desktop computer. It uses a 945GC chipset and has a single core Celeron D 360 in it right now, I added the microcodes for the E5405 to the BIOS but haven't tried it yet. I'd be nice if it worked since it will be waaaaaay faster than the Celeron. I'll post my results on that later.
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