Still have a question? Why is the motherboard of a computer called motherboard? Apr 27, Messages: Click here to join today! This tool looks for lower prices at other stores while you shop on Amazon and tells you where to buy. Discussion in ‘ Hardware ‘ started by blessedmain , Jul 10, What are the specifications of an Intel Pentium processor?
I have two computers with the same motherboard, E, and one of them was running a faster processor so I decided xnd switch them the processors. And yes both machines were working prior to the switch.
What are the specification of intel motherboard? This site andd cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register.
Discussion in ‘ E2108882 ‘ started by blessedmainJul 10, Still have a question? What are the specifications of an Intel e motherboard? It shows that its recognizing the processor and there seem to be no issues.
Similar Threads – E Motherboard Boot. Join our site today to ask your question.
What are the specifications of a Dell DXP motherboard? Were both the machines working before you switched processors? Jul 19, Messages: After that it pretty much sits there doing nothing but you can tell the system is on and running.
Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? This is a link to the Technical Specs section of the Dimension B manual http: If you’re not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started.
E Information for Intel® Desktop Boards
Check page 9 or 13 to see if the layout of this board matches yours. The board can support Intel Pentium 4 processors with internal speeds of 2. I just looked both numbers up on the Intel website and it appears that it should be accepting everything that’s in it. This is a dell machine and nad specs are located here: Start Now at wikibuy.
E Motherboard Boot Issue | Tech Support Guy
Remove threats and optimize your Chrome with military-grade tech. Related Questions How good is a Dell E motherboard? Your name or email address: Welcome to Tech Support Guy! It is very possible that the processor you put in the machine that is not working may not be supported by that motherboard.