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Example: HP Compaq dc7600
Microsoft Windows 8.1 (32-bit)

Product mane: HP Compaq dc7600

SKU number AF844AW#ABV

 Intel (R) Pentium 4 CPU 3.00GHZ

Speed 3000/800MHZ

Stepping F65

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Hi:

 

What is the processor model that you installed?

 

Below is the link to the dc7600 quickspecs.  You can find the supported processors on page 6.

 

https://nts.nl/site/html/modules/PDF/dc7600usdt.pdf

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processor Model: Intel (R) Pentium (R) 4 CPU 3.00 GHZ

Processor Speed: 3000/800 MHZ

Stepping: F65

Cache Size: (L1/L2)

System Bios 786D1v0.103

Classic Serial Number: CZC6193S9V

Asset tracking: CZC6193S9V

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processor Model: Intel (R) Pentium (R) 4 CPU 3.00 GHZ

Processor Speed: 3000/800 MHZ

Stepping: F65

Cache Size: (L1/L2)

System Bios 786D1v0.1.03

Classic Serial Number: CZC6193S9V

Asset tracking: CZC6193S9V

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That processor should be supported, so here is how you update the microcode to get rid of that error...

 

I have zipped up and attached below, 3 files.

 

Get a blank USB flash drive.

 

Plug the drive into your PC and run sp27608 which will format the drive so that it is bootable.

 

Once that is done, copy the file contents of the DOS System Files folder to the flash drive.  Just the files, not the folder.

 

Then copy the file contents of sp33313 to the flash drive.  Just the files, not the folder.

 

Restart the PC and boot it from the USB flash drive.

 

It should arrive at a command prompt.

 

At the command prompt type Flashbin.exe and press the enter key.

 

Follow the onscreen instructions to update the microcode.

 

 

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