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Ok, in Windows 98, go to: Start -> Settings ->Control Panel -> System
Select the Device Manager tab
Near the bottom of the list, you should see an entry called 'System Devices'. Click on the [+] sign next to System Devices to expand that branch.
You should see a reference to 'Intel 82810' somewhere in there. If it states '82810E' then you have the Intel 810e chipset, otherwise if it just says '82810' , then its the standard 810 chipset.
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thanks got it
its now intel 810 chipset welli was looking to upgarde pentium 3 but i know their are no procesors for P3
but i had seen ebay that old processors ae selling and i see that it dont match because of 133 mhz

http://cgi.ebay.in/P...1QQcmdZViewItem

i think it totally doesnt support and i have to go with 66 or 100 mhz
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That's correct, you need one that uses 100MHz FSB.
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