I have a MSI K7 Master motherboard, dual MP 2000+, a little over a year old, with recently flashed bios. All was working well, but one processor got damaged (prob my fault), and I replaced it with a new one.
Either MP 2000+ may be used alone, but together I get an error message during boot that their frequency is not matched. The boot process then stops.
OPN older processor -- AMP2000DMS3C OPN new processor -- AMSN2000DUT3C
Solvable problem? Or do I just have to toss the older processor, even though it's still perfectly good?
BIOS Type Award® BIOS File Size 232KB Version 1.5 Update date 2002-9-26 Update Description a.Support AMD Athlon 2000+ (CPUID=680) MP processor (Throughbred 0.13) b.Added code for support Athlon 2400+ & 2600+. c.Fixed system can't boot to RedHat7.3 SMP OS when there is only one processor on the system. d.Support low RPM CPU fan. e.Display warning message and shutdown the system when there are different speed CPU plugged(Palamino & Thoroughbred).