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[REQUEST] 775i65g Wolfdale
#21
Show a photo of the Advanced -> CPU Configuration page in BIOS with supported CPU on R3.0.
And post screenshots of first (CPU) & third (Mainboard) tabs of CPU-Z with E7600 on R2.0.
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#22
First I should find a MB rev 2.0!!
In the manual it is written that if the cpu does not support vr-1 the option vt-x does not appear.
The problem is that 775i65g rev 2.0 worked with the E7600 thanks to a bios mod that I found on the Internet and I now no longer find !!!
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#23
Download SYMCMOS and run in DOS:
SYMCMOS –v2 –lOLD.TXT
Post file old.txt
Code:
usage:                                                  
   SYMCMOS <options>                                    
      -?                show this help                  
      -D                program BIOS default values    
      -S[filename]      produce symbolic report file    
      -L[filename]      produce literal report file    
      -U[filename]      update CMOS using script file  
      -C[filename]      combine build files            
      -F[filename]      use combine file for report    
      -V0               disable logging                
      -V1               enable error logging (default)  
      -V2               enable verbose logging          
      -V3               No CMOS update and verbose logging
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#24
The mod 3.22 for support Woldfale cpu with 775i65g rev 2.0 was here:
http://pctreiber.net/filebase.php?fileid=2848
http://wiki.nothing.sh/page/ASRock/775I65G
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#25
At this point it was better to keep rev. 2 with bios mod ... I thought the rev. 3 had Wolfdale official support, but apparently it is better the rev. 2. Too bad the mod bios has disappeared from the Internet !!!
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#26
I still need requested photo of BIOS page and SYMCMOS's data.
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#27
SYMCOMS don't works.
Bios pages:

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#28
Well. Did you ran SYMCOMS in native DOS? What was the result?
What are DIMMs you using?
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#29
I make this: https://www.howtogeek.com/136987/how-to-...usb-drive/
SYMCOMS no results! Sad
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#30
Show a photo of results.
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