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Asus P5N-D Bios

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January 27, 2010 9:00:57 PM

I just ordered an asus p5n-d board and a dual core e6500 processor. I went to asus site and saw that the dual core e6500 was on the supported processor list. I ordered them. I now see that the asus boards bios version has to be ver. 1101 or higher for the processor to be supported. When I get the board in, how can I tell if it is ver. 1101 or higher without opening processor , in case I have to send it back? The 1101 update was like 7 months ago. Surely the board was manufactured in less than 7 months ago. 7 months in computer time is like 25 years in dog years. HELP!!!!

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a b V Motherboard
January 27, 2010 11:17:39 PM

Where did you order it from? Ask them to confirm or cancel your order.
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January 27, 2010 11:21:16 PM

ekoostik said:
Where did you order it from? Ask them to confirm or cancel your order.

It is already in transit.
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a b V Motherboard
January 27, 2010 11:23:46 PM

Can they confirm the BIOS for you? Not a lot you can do otherwise. Got an older chip laying around that you know will work? Plug that in and upgrade BIOS to the latest. Or maybe Asus can confirm for you based on serial number or bar code.
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January 28, 2010 12:19:02 AM

ekoostik said:
Can they confirm the BIOS for you? Not a lot you can do otherwise. Got an older chip laying around that you know will work? Plug that in and upgrade BIOS to the latest. Or maybe Asus can confirm for you based on serial number or bar code.

I was reading on Asus that the bios rev. version will be stamped on mobo.
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