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"CPU has been changed" message on first boot

Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by KBD, Sep 8, 2008.

  1. KBD New Member

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    I finally got the Abit IP35 Pro and e8400 to boot and i'm getting this message: "Warning CPU has been changed! Please re-enter CPU settings in CMOS setup and remember to save before quit."

    I'm able to get into BIOS and haven't connected optical and SATA HDDs yet but is this message normal on first boot? Or do i have to do something?
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    yes. it is normal.
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    It is normal on first boot. Just go into the BIOS and then exit and save. It shouldn't come up again.
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    Thanx guys! :)

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