|You could try listing the CPU or go to the MB mfg's site and look on the CPU compatibility list. If it is on there, see if there is a note about which BIOS version it is supported by, if it is a later version, then it is time to update your BIOS, If it is not supported or you already have the BIOS then do not update. Updating the BIOS is a risky affair so you only should do it if there is a proper reason (which it appears there probably is here). Read the procedure carefully and work carefully since if you use the wrong one, do it incorrectly, are interrupted (power failure or anything), or any other problem, you may be replacing the motherboard.|
You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.