[SOLVED] FC5 (64bit) Hangs on 865Chipset, P-IV 3.06GHz
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I am a big AMD fan, but a quick google on "intel 3.06 Ghz 865 chipset" leads to many products, and I don't see any of them mentioning that it is a 64 bit processor. I am not going to bother to hunt down exactly what is in your processor, but if you try to run 64 bit programs on a 32 bit chip, it won't work. I'd actually be a little suprised if you could even install 64 bit OSes on a 32 bit chip, so it is quite possible that I am wrong.
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The 64-bit exciting is a bit to much, the word 64 bit suggest it is truly 64 bit processor power, pity less is true the Intel Extended Memory 64 Technology (Intel EM64T ) is a feature of to Intel's computing architecture that enables the desktop processor platform to access larger amounts of memory.
So yes it is possible to use so-called 64 bits software on a 32-bits processor to some level, this give people sometimes the idea that it is working.
P.S. I belief that the 64 bit of AMD are also not truly 64 bits processor power it is just marketing from both sides (Intel and AMD)
I lost the way, Pentium 4 running 3.06Ghz, 1MB Cach, FSB 533 is never released by Intel with socket 775, maybe you can inform me the new Intel serie number? It must be a 5XX serie as I can remember that early versions had a 533 Mhz FSB or where that Celeron processors.
I live in Thailand, and hear that sometimes shops sell highly overclocked computers like it is standard processor. Therefore here the complete list of Intel Pentium 4 processors to check what you have....
Above all I assembled it by myself with a ASROCK motherboard w Intel 865 Chipset MotherBoard. Which have pins on CPU Socket and the CPU is pinless.And in Bios, options are there which deals with Hypertheading etc. And the system summery confirms all the facts about P-IV e.g CPU Speed, Cache and HT enabled.
I visited the link specified by u surprisingly the series indicates 530 after 521 and no 524.