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idata
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I have a Mother board Intel DP35DPM WITH THE 775 SOCKET nd a processsor Core 2 Du0 E6750 2.66 Gn2 4Mb 1333FSB CPU. This was installed in2008 with Windows XP followed bu an upgrqade to Windoows 7 and this year to Windows 10. Everything worked fine untill

I have a Mother board Intel DP35DPM WITH THE 775 SOCKET and a processor Core 2 Du0 E6750 2.66 Gn2 4Mb 1333FSB CPU. This was installed in2008 with Windows XP followed by an upgrade to Windows 7 and this year to Windows 10. Everything worked fine until Microsoft provided a Upgrade to Windows 10. It attempts to install the upgrade and gets to 78% and indicates that it cannot complete and will remove all the changes. This takes about 5 hours. However, the computer performs correctly and aslong I do not shut it down al programs run just fine. Is there any BIOS upgrade that I should have? Do have any other suggestion for correction for correcting this problem?

Ed Walsh

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AlHill
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As you have been informed in your other two threads, your board, chipset, and processor are not supported on Windows 10:

Your motherboard is already 9 years old. It is not supported on Windows 10. As per this link, it is not even supported on Windows 8 and had limited support on Windows 7:

http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/boards-and-kits/desktop-boards/000005640.html Supported Operating Systems for Intel® Desktop Boards

Your processor is not supported on Windows 10: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/processors/000006105.html Intel® Processor Support for Microsoft Windows® 10

It is time to move on to a new(er) desktop, in my opinion.

Doc

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