#1 got a bunch of processors all same type but i wana know how 2 identify them one of them has these #s on backdhd1600dlv1c y933174d4d447 mixjb041swpmv
It's a 1.6GHz Duron 'Applebred'(model 8), 133MHz FSB, 64KB L2-cache, 1.50V Vcore(CPU-voltage), 85°C max. temp - datasheet here
Unlike their older 'Spitfire'/'Morgan'(model 3/7) counterparts, the newer 'Applebred'(model 8)-Durons(1.4GHz and up) have a 133MHz FSB.
They should work in any motherboard that will support an Athlon XP 'Thoroughbred'(model 8) - a BIOS update will be required for the CPU to be recognized properly in most cases.QUOTE
#2 how do u identify the diffrence between slot a, socket a, 462 pin etc
Well, a Slot A processor is a big, black, rectangular plastic cartridge with a longish slot-connector while a Socket A processor is a considerably smaller quadratic package made of ceramics or plastic with a lot of pins on it.
#3 what hapens 2 bios if u take out the chip and put it n backwards? cause now when i try 2 turn on one of my comps nothin happens well kinda the little l.e.d. on the m.b. just blinks, does this with know good cpu's did i fry the bios
How did you manage to put a BIOS-chip in backwards?
Modern motherboards usually use PLCC-chips which are keyed...you can't really install them the wrong way unless you use excessive force... QUOTE
#4 on another comp when i turn it on its just on long beep, this is with or with out any combination of things pluged into the m.b. some 1 told me ram problem but i took out the ram and it still beeps
Make sure everything is seated properly, especially the processor and memory.
You might want to remove your motherboard from the case and setup everything on a bench or piece of cardboard to make sure it won't short-out.
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