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i changed from a ryzen 5 2600x to ryzen 5 5600

Deiv17
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7 minutes ago, Deiv17 said:

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See Dutch-Master's post. But be aware that older boards may still have issues, as BIOS chip memory constraints mandate stripping certain device support in order to support newer hardware. I've seen some instances where even after the update it wouldn't work, presumably because there was a device in the system that could not function because support for it had been removed. If this does not fix your problem, you should probably look at getting a B550 board.

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