Mobo compatiblity question


Yes, that board will work fine. But before you give up on the old board, try cleaning your system of 'crap' and registry errors. Run CCleaner. Do the Clean and Registry both. Reboot.
You might also try running System Configuration in Windows and eliminating any crap you don't need running in the background. Run CCleaner again afterwards.

Use this to decide what you need and don't need in System Configuration. Normally, you don't need much of anything in there if you want to have a clean system.

And be aware that if you change motherboards and you have an OEM version of Win7, you will need a new license for Windows 7. It might cost you a new OS purchase as well as the board.