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its not working my friend...
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Originally Posted by fractio View Post

its not working my friend...
Make sure your hard drive configuration is the same? Like IDE or RAID settings. That's the only other thing I can think of.
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Make sure your hard drive configuration is the same? Like IDE or RAID settings. That's the only other thing I can think of.
but with unmodded bios boots corect
post #6424 of 12470
yeah with regural bios it boot corectly..but nvm..
ty and sry for bothering..
post #6425 of 12470
trying to get a x5260 to post with x48. no luck at all so far. might just be another case of x48 xeon blues. was wondering if anyone could help.

foxconn x48 black ops

modified bios as per the guide, went smooth. verified the microcodes were updated. flash bios. xeon does not post frown.gif

i fully understand x38 and x48 are the least compatible with xeons, just wondering if anyone can help.

i have modified both the P06 and P07 bios to no avail.
post #6426 of 12470
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Originally Posted by ProKoN View Post

trying to get a x5260 to post with x48. no luck at all so far. might just be another case of x48 xeon blues. was wondering if anyone could help.

foxconn x48 black ops

modified bios as per the guide, went smooth. verified the microcodes were updated. flash bios. xeon does not post frown.gif

i fully understand x38 and x48 are the least compatible with xeons, just wondering if anyone can help.

i have modified both the P06 and P07 bios to no avail.

Incompatibility on hardware level, no amount of BIOS modding can help with that. Only option is to switch to Xoens from 3xxx family that were confirmed working on X and Q chipsets.
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post #6427 of 12470
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... Same problem with both of them...cant boot windows...its black screen with white blinking line in left corner..
last change I create a mod bios with only 3 microcodes for xeon all others deleted try it second-moded-final.zip 664k .zip file
post #6428 of 12470
Temperatures are likely overstated with coretemp for the Xeon - Use IADA64 (go to sensors) http://www.aida64.com/downloads

You can config it to show temps in the notification area like coretemp. It's a great tool, also has some stability tests.
post #6429 of 12470
Sry man, still same problem...
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Hey guys,
I have a few question about this and I'll really appreciate it if you can answer.
Sorry if those were already answered but searching for an answer inside 600+ pages is hard.rolleyes.gif
1. I've already got a E5420 with no adapter installed from a friend and saw a E5440 and E5430 already with an adapter for cheap, is there a big difference between them and the E5420?
The same guy also selling an already modded Gigabyte G31 motherboard.
2. How can I tell which Intel Q series processor is equivalent to the Xeon?
3. Is there any problem with games or other stuff if I use a Xeon processor and a modded motherboard?
Edited by -Ryu - 4/18/15 at 9:14am
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