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I wish to upgrade the current 3.06GHz/533MHz CPU (P4 SL8JA Rev OE) which is non-Hyperthreading to a 3.8GHz/800MHz P4 HT SL7Z3, which the Gigabyte site/manual indicates is compatible with the mobo.
Pb_nec Laptops & Desktops Driver Download For WindowsThe machine has Award 2004 version 10v BIOS which has no means of enabling Hyperthreading, so I need to update the BIOS to a 2005(>) HT-supportive version so that the HT attributes of the replacement CPU can be recognized/utilised.

PB no longer offer any support for this model (<2008 = Too old).
Their “older products” pages (2004~2007 models) ftp://ftp.download.packardbell.com/DESKTOP/ list some Win XP drivers, but no BIOS updates.
I am just going round in circles looking for a copy of a BIOS upgrade which will enable Hyperthreading support.
Any factual input, especially a copy of the relevant BIOS update (does version 20u support hyperthreading?) or a (live!) link to download it would be very gratefully received. Alternatively is there a patch for the current version?
Other OEM BIOSes for the GA-8i915PM mobo do not appear to be compatible with the PB NEC mobo, although would presumably be patchable – for a competent coder (which is not me!).

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Machine details as below:
Model: Packard Bell NEC iMedia 1508/N
Model Type: UTOW – 8UN
MS WHQL No: 8UN 957446
PID: 0488533
P/N: PB43213001
Current Operating System: Windows 7 Professional 64-bit SP1
Original Operating System: Win XP Home Edition
System Manufacturer: Packard Bell NEC
System Model: Packard Bell NEC PB13212701
System Name: 00000000000000000000000
System Version: PB13212701
SNID 041411720075
Chassis No. 50524E
Mobo is marked Gigabyte GA-8i915PM 40A254 00725
Northbridge Intel i915P/i915G rev. B1
Southbridge Intel 82801FB (ICH6) rev. 03
Chipset: Intel 2580 Rev 4
Chipset Model: i915P/i915G
Chipset Revision B1
Southbridge Vendor Intel
Southbridge Model 82801FB (ICH6)
Southbridge Revision 03
Super IO: ITE 8712F Rev 7 at port 002E
SMBIOS Version: 2.3
BIOS chip is labelled Phoenix D686 Phoenix 1998 20090956
BIOS firmware:
System BIOS version: Award Software International, Inc. 10v 11/21/2004
POST Screen: 11/21/2004 i915P – 6A79VG0DC-00
Interface Type: Single PATA IDE channel + 2 SATA channels

Hi all,
I am new to this website and I hope I am on the correct Forum. Sincere apologies if not!
CPU Upgrade: Hyperthreading-supportive BIOS needed
I intend to upgrade the current 3.06GHz/533MHz CPU (P4 SL8JA Rev OE) which is non-HT to a 3.8GHz/800MHz P4 HT SL7Z3, which the manual indicates is compatible with the mobo.
CPU World website states that for Hyperthreading to be recognised it must be enabled in the BIOS. ( I know from experience a while back that with Dell machines if you change the CPU from non-HT to HT without first updating the BIOS to a Hyperthreading-supportive version - and (vital!)enabling HT in the BIOS before swapping the CPU - the system will not recognise the HT feature, even if multi-core is enabled in msconfig etc. Eventually fixed that one - but at cost of much time!!)
Belarc/Speccy etc identify my machine as 'Packard Bell NEC PB13212701 SNID 041411720075'. It is externally labelled PB NEC iMedia 1508/N.
The mobo is marked Gigabyte GA-81915PM 40A254 00725 Grantsdale (ICH6).
The BIOS chip is labelled Pheonix D686 and the BIOS is Award Software International, Inc. version 10v (POST: 11/21/2004 i915P – 6A79VG0DC-00) which as far as I can make out does not support Hyperthreading (or does it?). Certainly there is no mention of HT on the setup screen.
Does anyone have any info/links on this BIOS version?
eSupport.com Inc’s BIOSAgentPlus has a more recent version (20u 11/20/2005) but the support team has “no documentation” for this version and evades my (several) queries to ascertain whether “version 20u” supports Hyperthreading.
Does anyone have any info/links on this BIOS version (I suspect that it might possibly be 2.0u rather than 20u?)?

Are there any other HT-supportive PB NEC BIOS versions kicking around somewhere out there for this mobo, or are there any HT-friendly Gigabyte versions which would work (without bricking the mobo!!!)? I think that this is essentially a Gigabyte “P” type mobo with a few PB NEC OEM knick-knacks added to the BIOS , which may (or may not?) be essential to the functioning of the board?
Would the HT-friendly GA-81915PM-FS (Fujitsu Siemens) version work? Has anyone tried it (successfully)?
Any factual info/helpful thoughts most gratefully received.