Hello guys! I am posting here just out of plain curiosity for this little thing I've been dealing with eversince I bought my new processor.
A few months ago I purchased an AMD Phenom II X4 965 (AM3 Socket) to use with my M2N68-AM SE2 ASUS motherboard. After some struggling I managed to place the annoyingly oversized processor in place. When I booted up the computer, first thing I see after the ASUS logo is a message saying that the CPU is not compatible. However, I am given an option to continue by pressing F1. Naturally, I did, and everything worked fine.
My computer recognizes my processor and my computer runs perfectly well.
However, I'm rather worried this could have long-term consequences. Every time I boot up my computer the same message appears, although sometimes I get a second option- to press F2, load default values and continue.
As I said before, my computer works perfectly and I've never had any problem, but I wanted to know if this is something I need to fix.
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Thank you for your reply. The update wizard won't work with my version of Windows 7 (64bit). Is there any software that will show me whether I need to update my bios? If I recall correctly I might've looked into this when the problem first showed up, but I can't remember if I actually updated the BIOS.
Yup, CPU-Z states that my BIOS version is 1409. I suppose that's good?