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Bobbestfriend

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  1. In the bios it is set to 4 cores enabled but only 2 is being used
  2. I have an i5 4460 and on the task manger it says there is only 2 logical processors. But on the device manger it shows 4. On the bios it has 4 enabled but only 2 is being used. On msconfig I can only set it to 2 Does that mean the other 2 are dead cores? Motherboard: B85M - D3H Rev2.0 Bios version: FD
  3. It's updated to the lasted. I did it this morning
  4. I have an intel Pentium G2340, I am trying to upgrade it to an I5 4590 but when I do switch it to the I5 it doesn't turn on. I don't think it is a PSU problem because when the motherboard speaker is connected with the intel Pentium Cpu it makes a constant beeping sound when the ram and the GPU is removed. When I try to do it with the I5 the led of the case turns on for a second then goes off without the motherboard speaker making a sound. Does this mean the I5 is dead and does not work or is it just a PSU problem since it is a pretty bad one. My computer specs are: CPU: Intel I5
  5. I tried again and it didn't work are these any good of a power supply? SilverStone Strider Essential ST60F-ES230 600W 80 Plus Power Supply:https://www.mwave.com.au/product/silverstone-strider-essential-st60fes230-600w-80-plus-power-supply-ab83276 Cooler Master MWE 230V V2 450W 80 Plus White Power Supply:https://www.mwave.com.au/product/cooler-master-mwe-230v-v2-450w-80-plus-white-power-supply-ac22964 Antec VP500P PLUS 500W 80+ Non-Modular Power Supply:https://www.mwave.com.au/product/antec-vp500p-plus-500w-80-nonmodular-power-supply-ac21096
  6. When I try running the .exe when i finish downloading it doesn't work
  7. I have a GA-B85M-D3H and I am pretty sure it supports the cpu.
  8. I have a PC that is pretty old, I was going to upgrade my CPU from the intel Pentium G3240 to an I5 4590. When I upgraded my CPU to an I5 I tried to boot it up and all it does is the fans start to spin then it stops spinning. I am wondering why this might be and if someone could help me out because I don't know if it is a power supply problem or something else. I have tried to CMOS reset after putting in the I5 and it still does the same thing. When I put back my intel Pentium it works. My computer specs are: Cpu: Intel Pentium G3240 trying to get it to a I5 490
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