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Wibtek th61G-p support Upgrades xeon 1275 v2
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Hi guys! I have AT2101n PC whis Wibtek th61G-p mainboard.
I'm upgrade cpu Intel G2020 to intel xeon 1275 v2. 

No image in BIOS. Windows is loading no image too - a welcome sound is heard. 
I'm try update v8.1.70.1590 FWUpdate. No Change.

Any ideas? Thanks a lot!


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Did you test internal graphics in your Xeon with other motherboard?
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(01-23-2021, 08:15 AM)DeathBringer Wrote: Did you test internal graphics in your Xeon with other motherboard?

Sorry for long time... no another mainboard.
Video core works!


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Can you connect to your system with Xeon by RDP?
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#5
i will make a rdp connection. where to look?
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Show results in PowerShell:
Get-WmiObject WmiMonitorConnectionParams -Namespace root\wmi
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(02-06-2021, 03:03 AM)DeathBringer Wrote: Show results in PowerShell:
Get-WmiObject WmiMonitorConnectionParams -Namespace root\wmi

Some error...

PowerShell 4 version. Win 7.


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Install your old CPU and run EFI GRUB Shell:
1. Take USB stick and format to FAT32
2. Create directory structure EFI\Boot
3. Download and unzip bootx64.7z
4. Put BOOTX64.EFI to Boot directory.
5. Boot from this USB stick
6. Run command:
setup_var 0x1 0x0
7. Make and post a photo of the screen.
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(02-06-2021, 08:25 AM)DeathBringer Wrote: Install your old CPU and run EFI GRUB Shell:
1. Take USB stick and format to FAT32
2. Create directory structure EFI\Boot
3. Download and unzip bootx64.7z
4. Put BOOTX64.EFI to Boot directory.
5. Boot from this USB stick
6. Run command:
setup_var 0x1 0x0
7. Make and post a photo of the screen.


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Good. Now install your Xeon and try to boot.
BTW: what's type of video-ports is used to connect to a display?
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