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    Abit ip 35 e

    Hi recently I was given an ABIT IP 35 E motherboard and I buy an secondhand E8400 with FSB 1333
    and I fix it on the motherboard and cannot boot up and a friend say I must update my BIO I and cannot find it.
    can any kind bro or sis please help me. According to the original owner he did not update any BIO at all.

    Thank U very much

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    Re: Abit ip 35 e

    Please help me where can I download motherboard bio to support my E8400

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    Re: Abit ip 35 e

    What is your current BIOS?

    If I were you I would download the last I found: BIOS ID 18

    BIOS ID:18

    Fixed the Wake Up by WAKE# of PCIe function abnormality.
    Fixed 45nm CPU compatibility and support CPU half multiplier.
    Fixed system hang when used Intel PXE CPU series.
    Fixed the power-on switch unable shut down when to set "Password" to shut down.
    BIOS compiled date: 05/30/2008.

    IP35-E BIOS ID:18 BIOS Download

    EDIT: Intel Core 2 Duo Support List

    By this list, I got to tell you, your MoBo will never run with a E8400. The highest you can go is a E6850. Sorry

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    Re: Abit ip 35 e

    Thank U for your kindness

    Thank U very much

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    Re: Abit ip 35 e

    @swangboon , ^ better give it a shot using bios update. I owe a ip35-pro mobo with the same processor. Its working fine

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    Re: Abit ip 35 e

    In that case go ahead and update, we have a living proof that it should be functional.

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    Re: Abit ip 35 e

    Quote Originally Posted by Bonebreaker777 View Post
    If I were you I would download the last I found: BIOS ID 18
    You didn't look hard enough. There's a thread on this forum: http://forums.hexus.net/abit-care-he...0-updates.html

    BIOS Version 18 (or 1.8?) isn't the newest one.
    The Beta E0 (45nm) BIOS which doesn't have a version in the filename is the last BIOS for this board, and it's supposed to fix all the compatibility issues with E0 / 45m CPUs.
    The abit.ws website backup is nice and all, but just like the original Abit website, there's no trace of the E0 updates/Beta BIOSes.

    ftp://derpybird.tk/pub/download/bios...0-stepping.zip

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