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View and Download Asus M2N68 PLUS user manual online. M2N68 PLUS Motherboard pdf manual download. M2N68-AM supports AMD Cool ´n´ Quiet! Technology, which monitors system operation and automatically adjusts CPU voltage and frequency for a cool and quiet environment. 64-bit CPU support.

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  1. Asus M2N68-LA Pdf User Manuals. View online or download Asus M2N68-LA User Manual.
  2. The Manual menu contains a list of supplementary user manuals. Click an item to open the folder of the user manual. Most user manual files are in Portable Document Format (PDF). Install the Adobe Acrobat Reader from the Utilities menu before opening a user manual ® ® file. ASUS M2N68-VM.
  3. This is a direct download link for 6.14 BIOS update. Make sure the power to the PC does NOT go out during the BIOS update. M2N68-LA (Narra6) BIOS Update ‎ 11:51 AM @TheN00bBuilder and @RockFox, Actually sp52418 does not conform to the exact model number CQ5320 as shown here. @RockFox but you did reference the OS was not.

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07-23-2010, 01:50 PM (This post was last modified: 07-23-2010, 02:26 PM by HP Tormentor.)

M2n68-la Manual

New here, first post.
Thank you for existing!
I am wanting to upgrade my HP CQ5309UK CPU.
Motherboard is PEGATRON CORPORATION M2N68-LA Narra6 version 6.01
I want to put an AMD Phenom II x4 965 (Quad core, 3.4Ghz) AM3 socket into this motherboard.
I have a 300w psu
Windows 7 64bit
HP says the motherboard supports this CPU but when I put it in my computer whirrs a bit, the hard drive lights come on and off then it says: ERROR: CPU not supported. Computer will shut down. Screen stays blank all way through.
Then it shuts down.
HP tech support are sharing one phrase :'we cant confirm if this CPU will work.' and generally have the most useless and unhelpful response possible.
I have the most upto date software and drivers from the HP website. Running BIOS 5.20 (AMI)
I have figured out its because the BIOS code from HP is blocking the upgrade. I think. Thats how I ended up here.
1. Can you do anything for me?
2. What do you need from me?
Oh how I am going to enjoy tormenting this HP motherboard with modded BIOS code......
PS What do I do to provide a link to my BIOS? And how should I assess whether another BIOS is a likely candidate for this job, and then how do I link to that?