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okay, now P4 proc definitely isnt a 45nm proc like my q9450 that i'll be getting....so i will have problems or no???
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Going from a processor with a different ammount of cores requires a reformat to avoid problems, same as changing the motherboard.

Not sure what these some of guys are thinking, many forum users had issues when changing processors that have a different number of cores, including me.
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I was always under the understanding that any major hardware change over a PCI slot item, GPU, or RAM should involve a reformat, you may remove the drivers from being in use, but they are still alive and kicking in Windows Registry waiting to wreak havoc on your system stability and performance.
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okay, now P4 proc definitely isnt a 45nm proc like my q9450 that i'll be getting....so i will have problems or no???
It all depends on the system itself.

Like i stated, it is 99% unlikely. But it can happen.

So don't rule it out! Just back up your data and see how it goes
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Nah, processor upgrades dont require reinstall, if you are upgrading motherboard than yes, too many drivers associated with it then, the cpu will be fine..
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