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post #11 of 16
It could be rare case that mobo is scaling by the ram mhz, but no pictures say otherwise.
Im out of ideas now
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Ok, so I updated my BIOS and now I have another issue. After I applied the update, the PC rebooted as normal and then I got the standard "America Megatrends" boot screen, which now said:

New CPU Installed! Please enter setup to configure your system.
Press F1 to run SETUP
Press F2 to load default settings and continue


I ran the SETUP, which put me into the BIOS. All my overclock settings had reset to stock, which I assume happens after you update the BIOS. I decided to keep the system at stock for now and exited the BIOS. It booted as normal, everything was fine. This was at night.

In the morning, when I turned the PC on, it again stopped at the screen saying New CPU Installed! I again pressed F1, went into BIOS and without changing anything just exited. The PC rebooted... and AGAIN it stopped at the New CPU Installed! screen. Didn't even go to Windows this time. For the second time I pressed F1 etc etc and rebooted. This time Windows started.

So basically, now my issue is that the system keeps displaying the New CPU Installed! screen everytime I power it up. Yes, I installed the correct BIOS for my board and now there aren't even any overclock settings up.
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Get new cmos battery for your mobo, i had similiar "New CPU Installed! Please enter setup to configure your system" with my secondary pc. Just the battery was dried out.
It showed that "new cpu" message after few hours of shutting down, depending how dry is the battery.
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That is what I was going to suggest as well... change the CMOS battery.
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Ok, I finally changed the CMOS battery. But the problem is still there! Every time the PC starts up, I get the New CPU Installed! screen.
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Originally Posted by Spk View Post
Ok, I finally changed the CMOS battery. But the problem is still there! Every time the PC starts up, I get the New CPU Installed! screen.
It is not your CMOS battery, your mobo is too new for your CMOS battery to be the issue. Why is your CPU brand string screwed up? (on edit, is it just me, or am I not seeing the EIST on/off setting his BIOS?)
Edited by Tleilaxu Ghola - 1/17/11 at 8:42am
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