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post #11 of 15
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Originally Posted by Mike SIlver View Post

I'dont think it's possible to bend pins on this CPU but i could be wrong
The CPU doesn't have the pins, the motherboard CPU socket contains the pins, I've bent pins back before, You need to be very careful when bending back pins, it's best to bend it back very gently and back to it's original position (This is VERY important as this can prevent random freezing and other issues).
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Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 Asustek P5Q-PRO Nvidia 9800 GTX+ Kingston DDR2 8gb 
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Western Digital 1 TB Pioneer Noctua NH-U9B Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit 
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post #12 of 15
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Originally Posted by benjamen50 View Post

The CPU doesn't have the pins, the motherboard CPU socket contains the pins, I've bent pins back before, You need to be very careful when bending back pins, it's best to bend it back very gently and back to it's original position (This is VERY important as this can prevent random freezing and other issues).

Thanks for the advice, i didn't know that the pins were in the socket, i will have a look rolleyes.gif
post #13 of 15
Thread Starter 
I'm back home and the pc start with the psu but no boot and I've the the red led of ram on.
I've tryied with an other psu but still the same problem. The ram is ok (I'm runing it right now in my pc)
I've already tryy to use the MemOK switch. The pc restart and the led flash for some second and then it come back to the same issue.
As said before i've already reset the BIOS by removing the battery. I'm pretty desprate.thinking.gif
Wath can i do?
post #14 of 15
if you still have time, REM everything, tell them something is glitchy that all parts may be and that you did not want any of it DOA'd
post #15 of 15
Thread Starter 
Problem solved.biggrin.gif
Thank you all for your support. thumb.gif
The solution was pretty strange, i've just start with one Ram on the B2 slot and it works (was not working on the other slot), then i put the second ram in the B1 slot and everythings works perfektly.I'don't really understand why it was not working. Maybe because i've remove the CPU and put it back into place.
One more thanks for you're help smile.gif
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