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Edited by Ajw8380 - 7/17/16 at 10:35am
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Originally Posted by Ade360 View Post

YES, YES YES and they sang from the roof tops!

That is an E5440 (C0) working with a P5K SE/EPU!

Antsf - It would appear that the problem was with a combination of the GTX 8800 and the inability of the P5K to install windows from USB.

Not so sure I did this in the most efficient way;

I put the crappy 775 chip (now that it has arrived) into the other mobo (DQ35MP, non Xeon support - Cheers Walton) that has on board graphics and, after reinstalling Windows, configured the GTX. Swapped that board out with the P5K (Xeon support), inserted one Xeon CPU (after microcodes applied) and hey presto - One working PC.
No broken motherboards, no badly patched Xeon!
Why this has taken so long - Beats the hell out of me! (Is that what they call a learning curve?) But hey, we are there.

Thanks everybody for all the help and advice.

I am sure I will be back soon for some over clocking brain picking.

If anybody reading this needs any info/advice from my experience, please do not hesitate to drop me a line.

Again, thanks a lot.

Adrian

Did You use the BIOS I modded? and what method did You use to flash?

You didnt mention You where installing windows from a usb..... I tried that on a My old P5QL PRO and failed....

I wouldnt overclock on that Motheboard.......

Good job thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Ajw8380 View Post

Hi guys,
Before i begin with my question, great work on the conversion project, for me it works perfectly (with windows 7 at least) and I am very glad i have taken up this mod. However, Windows 10 no-longer works…
I have installed a Xeon e5440 into my lga775 Gigabyte GA-G41MT-S2P Micro Atx motherboard with the latest bios version (1.3) and have completely reset the BIOS (very unusual layout). Everything worked perfectly until i moved from my Windows 7 to Windows 10 which had previously worked on my older E5700 processor. when I tried to launch Windows 10 10074 preview, It would say on the blue logo for about half a second, then give me an error message:

Your PC needs to restart.
Please hold down the power button.
Error Code: 0x0000005D
Parameters:
0x00000000BFEBFEBFF
0x0000000020100800
0X0000000000000001
0x0000000000000000

When using the Install disk for preview 10074 It will just show the Windows 10 logo for about 90 seconds, without the spinning dots, then just restart.

I am completely stumped, as the E5440 has the special XD bit, and conforms to all the over necessary parameters of Windows 10, so i am beginning to wonder if my bios settings are incorrect.
if anyone has any help (for example, what my bios settings should look like or what the problem might also be) please dont be afraid to contribute biggrin.gif

Here is a full list of my system specs:

E5440 (Previously E5700) With Some Good Silver Thermal Paste
GTX 460 w/t slight OC and newest drivers
GA-G41MT-S2P Micro ATX
larger Intel Stock Cooler
600 Watt PSU
LOTS Of Fans (Using Some Large and Very powerful Ex-CPU cooler fans)
128GB Crucial SSD (boot SSD)
1tb Western digital Drive (Old Windows 7 Drive, Now Data Drive)
Older Card Reader
Disk Drive
Antec 3000E Case
4 GB (2x2GB) 1333 MHz ddr3 RAM (Bog Standard)

Sorry for the block of text, but if you have any tips, please post!!
Best Regards

By the latest BIOS do You mean a Modded BIOS with Xeon microcodes or just the latest BIOS from Your motherboards website? Also have You checked that EDB Execute Disable Bit is enabled in the BIOS? Also Windows 10 Insider Preview is a BETA So You can expect ishues.......
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Edited by Ajw8380 - 7/17/16 at 10:34am
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Clear the Cmos in the BIOS. I have tested the Insider Preview it does state that it is in a test stage, I had Many problems from random reboots to bugs in the whole UI. Insider Preview is a test stage of Windows 10.

You could try this BIOS???? Upto You.....
G41MTS2P.zip 730k .zip file

Your BIOS does not contain Xeon Microcode and Your motherboard dont officially support Xeons.........
So i would flash the BIOS....... Down to You????
Edited by antsf1990 - 7/24/15 at 2:54pm
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I'm looking into whether this mod will work on a dell inspirion 530s. I don't have the motherboard on hand to list any specs, I'm checking this out for someone that lives over 1000 miles away. Any info that is needed to verify compatibility can be provided, just let me know what info is needed and I will provide it. Mainly I need to know if this will work with the G33 chipset they have and what BIOS or modded BIOS is needed and which Xeon would be best to do this mod on their board. If this mod isn't compatible then info on what BIOS or microcodes can be used to get the best possible C2Q to work on this board. Thanks for any info or assistance.
Edited by Droidriven - 7/24/15 at 2:59pm
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Sorry if this is something that's easily-searchable (I wasn't able to find it), but has anybody posted a modified BIOS for the ASUS P5Q Pro board? I just ordered a X5460 for this board and would like to get the board in order while I wait for the chip.
Thanks!
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Originally Posted by RexDart View Post

Sorry if this is something that's easily-searchable (I wasn't able to find it), but has anybody posted a modified BIOS for the ASUS P5Q Pro board? I just ordered a X5460 for this board and would like to get the board in order while I wait for the chip.
Thanks!

MODDED P5Q-ASUS-PRO-2102.zip 727k .zip file
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Originally Posted by RexDart View Post

Sorry if this is something that's easily-searchable (I wasn't able to find it), but has anybody posted a modified BIOS for the ASUS P5Q Pro board? I just ordered a X5460 for this board and would like to get the board in order while I wait for the chip.
Thanks!
Try this thread, it has modded BIOS for every version of P5Q, you'll have to read through the thread to find your modded BIOS, don't go for any other P5Q variant, only your P5Q pro, not P5Q-E, P5Q Pro Turbo, etc. etc., ONLY P5Q pro, if any other variant BIOS can be used it will be noted somewhere but the thread should have a BIOS specifically for your mobo somewhere in it, just look carefully.
http://www.overclock.net/t/773046/official-asus-p5q-pro-turbo-pro-turbo-owners-club-all-asus-p45-mobo-owners-welcome


Edit: I see I was beaten to it.
Edited by Droidriven - 7/24/15 at 4:02pm
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Edit: I see I was beaten to it.

Just trying to help.... thumb.gif
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