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cant install win 10 64bit on modded xeon

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Hello guys can you help me to install win 10 64bit on my pc? when i try to install it my pc just restart. win 7 64bit works fine. my cpu is intel xeon e5440 modded to 775 socket and my motherboard is asrock G41M-VS3

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What do you use to install it? Are you trying to make a fresh install or upgrade your current OS?

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hmm my pc restart before showing install screen. i can install only win 7 64bit but all 32 bit windows works fine

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step 1: get the right motherboard.

 

you're running a socket771 chip in a socket775 board. it may be that it will NEVER install properly.

 

for that matter, the chip is over a decade old, and the board nearly as bad. it might not be possible at all to install win10 on the hacked-together setup you're using.

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15 hours ago, tzxazrael said:

step 1: get the right motherboard.

 

you're running a socket771 chip in a socket775 board. it may be that it will NEVER install properly.

@tzxazrael Actually, you can run 771 in 775 with an adapter sticker/PCB. (Source: "Been there, done that." Stable 4.0GHz on a X5470/EP45-UD3L for many years.)

 

@Xtreemeer On my Xeon build, I could never get Win7 to do the free upgrade to Win10 (when that was a thing) because the Core2 architecture didn't support one or two instruction sets that Microsoft determined were necessary. I don't know if it still holds for fresh installs though.

 

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  • 2 weeks later...
On 12/11/2018 at 4:16 PM, AbydosOne said:

@tzxazrael Actually, you can run 771 in 775 with an adapter sticker/PCB. (Source: "Been there, done that." Stable 4.0GHz on a X5470/EP45-UD3L for many years.)

 

@Xtreemeer On my Xeon build, I could never get Win7 to do the free upgrade to Win10 (when that was a thing) because the Core2 architecture didn't support one or two instruction sets that Microsoft determined were necessary. I don't know if it still holds for fresh installs though.

 

If I remember when I'm free in a few days, I'll drag out the old build (which is in storage because I didn't have the heart to disassemble it) and see if I can get Win10 to install on it.

i tryed to install it but my pc restarted idk why thats why i keep using win 7 64 bit

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