13. Lower the securing lever (C) to the locked
position. Apply just enough pressure to
overcome the resistance offered by the lever.
14. Put the fan-sink on top of the new processor,
and refasten the fan-sink's retention clip to the
front (D) and back (E) of the socket.
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15. Reconnect the fan-sink's power cable to the
If the fan-sink power cable is not reconnected
properly, the processor may run slowly or not at all,
and there is a risk that it may overheat and be
16. Adjust the processor bus speed selection jumpers
in block J10 as described at the start of this
When you have finished, replace any expansion cards
you needed to remove, then refit the right side panel.
If the computer does not automatically detect the new
processor the first time you turn it on, start the BIOS
Setup utility, go to the Advanced menu and change
the Reset Configuration Data item to "Yes", then
restart the computer.