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By ensuring the computer's BIOS/UEFI is up-to-date, you will reduce the chances of problems with the microcode update (which are very low, but not zero) and also fix other firmware bugs unrelated to microcode.

Good Morning Linux Experts, While booting my machine - I see the following message scroll along on my screen. :-) HTH -- Mark Nullus in verba Nil illigitimi carborundum Nyeh nananana :-p however I will say that for some reason your answer did not show on the nntp server and still does not for "me" anyway.

rm: cannot remove `/var/run/hal/': Read-only file system Starting HAL daemon/usr/sbin/hald: error while loading shared libraries: libgobject-2.00: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory startproc: exit status of parent of /usr/sbin/hald: 127 failed Loading CPUFreq modules (CPUFreq not supported) Setting up network interfaces: lo lo IP address: done eth0 eth0 configuration: eth-id-:3e:63:4a:fe eth0 IP address: A.

The Motherboard can support this processor only if the BIOS is updated to the version F22.

Now the motherboard is "dead" and the LED indication on the motherboard give the error code 59 what means CPU micro-code is not found or micro-code update is failed.

You might not notice their effect and have precious data silently corrupted, or an important program silently misbehave.

Or you could experience one of those unexplainable and infrequent software issues (such as kernel oops, application segfaults) or hardware issues (including sudden reboots and hangs).

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