Ok here's my problem.
The motherboard in my PC decided it was time to give up, it was a PCchips M848A (don't laugh). Anyway i found an old ECS K7S5A and fitted it into the case. The CPU is an Athlon XP2500, now here's the problem (i'm guessing you already know what's coming) the cpu was only being recognized as an XP1700, and this board is not the best for overclocking. I then decided to flash the bios with a "cheepoman" version which gave me more bios options and managed to get it to register as an XP2000 that's with the bios set at 150/150, there is a 166/166 option but for some reason it will not boot using this setting (power supply?).
Now the question, is there any way to get this thing up to it's correct operating speed?
Thanks in advance