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I'd like to have some fun with old s775 stuff and install Pentium E5300 or a C2D E7500, but I can't modify the 1302 BIOS for this mobo Sad Can anyone help me with modifying this bios, or do it for me? Oh, and I need an e4400 support on modified bios, cause it's in this mobo now and I'm waiting for a pentium to arrive Smile

ASUS P5VD2-VM - Bios 1302, FSB stock 200MHz
Core 2 Duo e4400
1x2GB Hynix 800MHz@667MHz
Integrated GPU /w 64MB
320GB Samsung HDD
Fortron FSP-350-60 EMDN
Post screenshots of first (CPU) & third (Mainboard) tabs of CPU-Z with supported CPU.
Have you any 45-nm CPU for LGA775 now?
Yes, Core 2 Duo E7500, but it's in another PC :/
Install E7500, clear CMOS and try to boot up.
Describe in details the results of this experiment.
I'll try as soon as I can and post results here.
I'm sorry that it took so long, but the PC with an E7500 is in every day use and I can't take the CPU cause I have no replacement Tongue Today I tried to boot a P5VD2-VM with an E5300 and swapped the PSU for an FSP-350EMDN. PC just didn't boot. Fans spin, but there's no BEEP or any signal from it. Yes, before changing the processor i took the CMOS battery of and unplugged the PSU.
What's sSpec of your E5300.
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