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Problem with Processor Microcode Update


luckybird
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Hello there, Happy new year

I have problem with my processor ...

This is my system specification

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I replaced my old processor with another and became system specification such-as

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When i start my computer ... this message is appear all time

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What happened 2 my computer & how can i dispose this message ...Please help me & explain in details

With my best wishes 2 all of y

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You replaced a single-core CPU with a dual-core one and now that message appears at POST every time you power on the computer, but hitting F1 allows Windows to load correctly?

The message states exactly what you need to do - contact HP Support and get the necessary details from them, this has nothing to do with Windows.

I assume your PC is a branded HP one so you have a support pack that came with it, there should be details on getting support in there.

God jul och gtt nytt år ;)

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Getting a BIOS update would most likely solve your problem.

(Why do both images indicate the exact same time but the first one looks like the CPU line was edited?)

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