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there is no password on either name, but when you go in bios your in user mode until you hit a button combination to go to admin mode. like if i press f11 on my emachine, it brngs up clock multiplier, and fan control along with a few others
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I appear to be lost. When you refer to the "Administration page" I thought you were referring to the first page of the BIOS. In most machines that would be reached by pressing F2 as your computer first boots up. Some computer manufacturers use different F keys but that would be listed on the slash screen as you boot.
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http://www.asrock.co...uct/P4VM800.htm is that your motherboard?
if so here's the manual http://download.asro...ual/P4VM800.pdf there's a section on bios setup...but it doesn't mention anything about getting to an "admin" console in bios...there is a section on the CPU timing and ratios...may be worth a read


also...don't know exactly what you're doing...but...if this is the asrock board i listed then

[quote name='http://www.asrock.com/support/faq.asp?Model=General']Question: My motherboard provides FID jumpers. Why I can't change my CPU multiplier even though I already adjust FID jumpers correctly?(8/15/2003)

Answer:If the multiplier of your CPU is locked by itself, you can't change it even though you set FID jumpers through the motherboard.
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don't know if any of this helps
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http://www.asrock.co...uct/P4VM800.htm is that your motherboard?
if so here's the manual http://download.asro...ual/P4VM800.pdf there's a section on bios setup...but it doesn't mention anything about getting to an "admin" console in bios...there is a section on the CPU timing and ratios...may be worth a read


also...don't know exactly what you're doing...but...if this is the asrock board i listed then

Question: My motherboard provides FID jumpers. Why I can't change my CPU multiplier even though I already adjust FID jumpers correctly?(8/15/2003)

Answer:If the multiplier of your CPU is locked by itself, you can't change it even though you set FID jumpers through the motherboard.


don't know if any of this helps

unfortunitly thats not it, its a socket 370
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