this is an english only forum.
google translate works, try that?
THE PENTIUM 4
PROCESSOR CAN BE CHANGED FOR A PENTIUM D PLATE (929 REV 0G S25
THE PC IS A COMPAQ DC 7100. I HAVE CHANGED THE PROCESSOR FOR ANOTHER FIRST OTHER PENTIUM 4 OF 3,200 GHZ BUT IT DOES NOT WORK WELL PROVE WITH A PENTIM D AND I WILL NOT AND NOTHING I HAVE TRIED TO PUT YOURSELF AND I REMEMBER THINGS TO RARE AND DO NOT START.
why do that, what caused you to start playing with processors.
you can NOT just throw in any processor you want
the HP documents long gone now on this old old relic PC
tells you what processors this PC supports.
usually just a one class and just 5 or so in a class.
if you google your PC you find these words
Intel 5 Series (Pentium 4)
see that 5 there, only this series works and only those allowed
by HP in that series work.
why not put the PC back as you found it.
the post, why does not PC not boot and know its not the processor 99.99% of the time .
step 1 is power, do you have full DC power out of you PSU
2 yes, does the monitor test out ok on other PC.
3: does the BIOS screens work.
yes,yes and yes, means the HDD software is corrupted or or the HDD is dead.
to test any HDD I use Knoppix live DVD to test it.
i see this too
there are 4 PCs with that model , the service tag shows p/n::
this code tells the helper what motherboard is there and what processors are used.
ok i found the page that shows how to decode the p/n on service tag.
old old lost book, see code 560 there, ? bingo.