My bios Keep saying that "new cpu installed"

My bios Keep saying that "new cpu installed" It happen on Everyboot

Before this Happen What i did is Take the cpu out and clean the old thermal paste and apply new one.

Mobo :Asus p5q Pro
Proccessor : q6600
Ram: 6gb 2x2gb 2x1gb
cooler: Hyper tx3 Evo

I try Flash The bios still same
Cmos Battery Already Change

[sorry for my bad english]
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  1. Go to "Control Panel > Device Manager > Processors" what do you see. Can you right click what is listed and "Update Drivers"?
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  2. rocktalkrock said:
    Go to "Control Panel > Device Manager > Processors" what do you see. Can you right click what is listed and "Update Drivers"?


    It says My best Driver is Already Installed
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  3. What version of Windows are you using?
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  4. rocktalkrock said:
    What version of Windows are you using?


    Windows 10 Pro version 1709
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  5. Window 10 is not compatible with the Asus P5Q Pro motherboard. Support stopped with Windows 8.1, so if you run Windows 10, it will be unstable.
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  6. You took CPU out to clean thermal paste and re-apply again?

    Check the pins in the CPU socket you might have bent one. You can also take a close-up picture of the socket, upload somewhere and post the link here so we can see the pins.
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  7. rocktalkrock said:
    Window 10 is not compatible with the Asus P5Q Pro motherboard. Support stopped with Windows 8.1, so if you run Windows 10, it will be unstable.


    It was Stable before i take out the processor and clean the old thermal paste
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  8. Satan-IR said:
    You took CPU out to clean thermal paste and re-apply again?

    Check the pins in the CPU socket you might have bent one. You can also take a close-up picture of the socket, upload somewhere and post the link here so we can see the pins.


    Yep i saw one small Bent Pin on the socket https://prnt.sc/hkbhjr
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  9. DarkRise said:
    Satan-IR said:
    You took CPU out to clean thermal paste and re-apply again?

    Check the pins in the CPU socket you might have bent one. You can also take a close-up picture of the socket, upload somewhere and post the link here so we can see the pins.


    Yep i saw one small Bent Pin on the socket https://prnt.sc/hkbhjr

    Did you try to straighten the pin?
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  10. rocktalkrock said:
    DarkRise said:
    Satan-IR said:
    You took CPU out to clean thermal paste and re-apply again?

    Check the pins in the CPU socket you might have bent one. You can also take a close-up picture of the socket, upload somewhere and post the link here so we can see the pins.


    Yep i saw one small Bent Pin on the socket https://prnt.sc/hkbhjr

    Did you try to straighten the pin?


    Yea the problem still appear i think the prob is Mobo
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  11. DarkRise said:
    rocktalkrock said:
    DarkRise said:
    Satan-IR said:
    You took CPU out to clean thermal paste and re-apply again?

    Check the pins in the CPU socket you might have bent one. You can also take a close-up picture of the socket, upload somewhere and post the link here so we can see the pins.


    Yep i saw one small Bent Pin on the socket https://prnt.sc/hkbhjr

    Did you try to straighten the pin?


    Yea the problem still appear i think the prob is Mobo

    Why do you think the problem is your motherboard when you know Windows 10 is not supported. Windows 10 will probably work fine most of the time, but not supported means when you do have issues, Microsoft and Asus will make no attempt to fix those issues.
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  12. "Update"
    Bought A Gigabyte p45 udp3 on Ebay And It work perfect now
    Thanks Guys
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