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AnthonyJ

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i have an older board here sis 620 slot 370 with a 433mhz celeron. i wanted to mess around with it. i know there is access to the coremulitplier and all through the bios, but i do not know what button makes these options accessible. on my emachine the button is f11. there is no password on admin or user. please let me know asap

edit- i also have the emachines board, trigem glve and i was looking at the board, it tells you what jumpers 1-4 do. but nothing says anything about j5 and j6. if you know please let me know

Edited by AnthonyJ, 01 January 2007 - 03:34 AM.

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sorry sis 5595
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ok i just physically overclocked it from 433 to 556 with the jumpers
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Could you go to Start then Run and type in MSinfo32. This information windows will give use the name of your motherboard.
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i havent an os on it, i can put one on thou since my ps just blew up on the emachine
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can i figure out in ms dos?
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The motherboard model number may appear in the BIOS.
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2a6ing5a that number word was in () in the bios
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and it you can tell by pic, i do have a pic. im still waiting on windows to setup
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brand is nec but model is unavailable
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ok i installed pc wizard 2006, it says the board is P4VM800
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well i can overclock it from 433 to 556 bu moving 1 jumper on the board but it crashes upon loading windows, guess it needs more volt
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If it is crashing it probably is unstable at that clock speed. You are risking damage to the processor if you continue. I would recommend shopping a used processor on eBay.
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i still want to get in the admin mode of the bios, you can increase volts and all in it
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If you unplug the computer and remove the motherboard battery (For a few minutes) that will usually clear the BIOS password and return all BIOS settings to default.
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