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Intel Pentium Dual Core E5200

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Ravemaster247, Apr 29, 2009.

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  1. Ravemaster247

    Ravemaster247 Thread Starter

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    I just recently bought a new processor at Microcenter, The Intel E5200 and my computer would give me the blue screen of death. My pc would just freeze and give me an error. Even during reinstalling XP i would get the blue screen. It is the 4th or fifth time of a clean install of XP on my hard drive. I did checkdisk and other programs i used to see if my hard drive had problems but my hard drive is fine. I swapped out the memory and my pc would still crash. I just put in my old celeron back in just now and my pc did not crash or freeze. My motherboard is a Biostar G31 M7 TE and it supports my processor from celeron and the exact model number for the E5200 all the way to quad core. I did not overclock or anything to my processor. The error i would get at the BSOD is Stop: 0x0000007A (0XE14D58C0, 0xC000000E, 0XBF90F00D, 0x7990A860

    another BSOD said Kernel_Inpage_Data_Error

    and also Win32K.sys-Address BF90F00 base at BF800000, date stamp 41107F7A

    I saw on a thread on techguy that a processor could have compatibility issues with ram and i think it might be the case. As i speak right now i am using my Celeron 440 2.0ghz and it has not frozen or crashed yet. If i was using my E5200 dual core, even if i left my pc idle the cursor would freeze and the system would crash. I checked device manager and It has support for dual core. This is a custom PC build that i bough all the parts separately. Please help:confused:
     
  2. BG-0

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    Flash to the latest BIOS. The one that you have may not support all the newer CPUs on the CPU support list.
     
  3. Ravemaster247

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    I already did that is not the issue. I wish i could get the original bios tosee if thats how it happened. I always clear CMOS before installing new hardware.
     
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