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CPU ucode loading erro press F1 to resume

caveman_1990

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:cry: hey guys
I just put up my new pc and after I boot up (not yet in os) the screen says: :banghead: :banghead:

CPU ucode loading erro
Press F1 to resume

after I press F1 I can press OS and this happend everytime I go into BIOS and into os
Everything is working fine I can play fear, TC-GRadvance fighter

Can anyone help plz:respect:
 

ex_reven

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this has been happening to LOOOOADS of people

some have been able to fix it with a bios update, and others it doesnt.
it doesnt appear to have any influence on the running of the computer.

I set my bios to ignore it.
 

caveman_1990

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Cooling CPU :ZALMAN CNPS9500 WATERCOOL MOD CASE:120mm LED front,2X80mm exhast
Memory A-DATA Vitesta DDR2 800(380mhz) with Pentium 3 HSF
Video Card(s) SPARKLE 7950GT DIY HSF with 2X80mm fans oc'ed(core:600 mem:1600)
Storage SAMSUNG SP2504C (250GB)
Display(s) BENQ FP71G+ 17inch
Case icute 0408SL series
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How do you set your BIOS to ignore it ??
 

ex_reven

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well on my asus board
if you go into the bios you will have a series of tabs labelled:
Main, Advanced, Power, Boot, Tools and Exit

Go into "boot"
and where it says "Wait for F1 if error" - Disable it
it should bypass the error message
 

Pinchy

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caveman, when you go to the properties in my computer, what does it say the CPU is?
 
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