The information that you need to know are:
Max TDP - to know whether your Power Supply is enough to supply the power to the CPU
Compatibility list for your motherboard.
Bios Version which supports the cpu, CPU Core Stepping Supported by the Board. (On Intel Desktop Board, it depends sometime some boards need a bios upgrade to be compatible)
Socket that the motherboard supports like PLGA775
If you know all these information, it should work fine. If you dont have a compatibility list, you need to test yourself based on the above theory, it may work.
Actually, I used to get this message while installing the Intel Network Drivers.
I remembered when i installed my lan driver on Windows 7, i got this message.
Steps i did to resolve this:
Extract the LAN Executable file using Winrar for example.
Install the driver manually.
It was fixed.
Hope this helps your issue.
I am new in this forum and I will like to know why my computer is taking more time to start up windows 7 than before.
I upgraded the cpu from i7 2630QM to a i7 2820QM.
Its a Dell XPS L702X with Chipset: HM67.
Now the upgrade is working well but before with i7 2630QM my computer boot up in 1 minute or less, Now with the 2820QM it is taking 1 minute with 45 seconds.
I have the same programs before and after. I just upgraded the CPU.
Now i7 2820QM its supposed to be faster than the 2630QM.
Thanks for your response.