Modifying my entire CPU and Issues with Panel Pins

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I am trying to make a backup from my old HP Pavilion computer. I need to change my entire CPU to the following specifications: 4GB DDR3, Intel Core 2 Duo, and Asus M4 Series. I was on my way to finish the backup process until I encountered some errors. The panel pins and the larger plug-in for the old motherboard was combined together so I have to take them out to plug into a smaller panel pins. But I could not locate the pint out illustration for the obsolete motherboard. So I get lost with the uses of various wires inside. And also, I was unable to locate the aux-in on my motherboard. And lastly, I noticed that my motherboard has a built-in audio and video. Is it essential to insert my graphics card or just leave it as it is? Help please.

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Modifying my entire CPU and Issues with Panel Pins

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Of course you will need to insert the graphics card; otherwise your system will have poor resolution. The reason as to why the panel pins for the new system unit component seem not to fit on your current motherboard is because of compatibility issues. Hardware components, just like the software applications, have compatibility requirements when it comes to various models of computers and types. What you need to do is check the system requirements of the system and especially the motherboard, its make and look, and then purchase a CPU that is compatible to the motherboard. Purchasing any CPU that may not meet the motherboard specifications will cause problems.

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