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anyone give me some tips?
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ill look further im rather busy so dont be suprised if u dont get any further reply till monday or late weekend but leave it with me and ill see what i can do.
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Maybe try this.

Set your jumper to 133fsb.


dont turn your PC on!

Pull the power cord out of the computer

remove the battery from the motherboard.If you have a manual look in it for the CMOS jumper...set it to pins 2&3

Let it set like that for a few minutes.replace jumper ,battery and power core

Boot up and see what happens
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interesting theory, but i dont really follow the logic behind it :tazz: but still give anything like that a go at this stage.
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im just worried every time i try to boot the pc at 133mhz it gives me the message error loading opertating system then i have to patiton my drive :\ so i dunno if i wanna try that :\ and it wont let me boot from a cd when i try booting at 133 to try to reinstall windows

Edited by computermaker, 01 September 2005 - 04:19 PM.

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Maybe there not loading the defaults correctly.Thats sure to do it :tazz:
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what isnt loading correctly?
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oooo so try puting the pin on 133mghz and clearing the cmos then booting ?
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its worth a shot
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ok ill try that right now
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yeh absalutly nothing to loose.
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i tried that this time i got no errors just got a post then whewn trying ot load the green stayed blank /froze so i had to press the power button to turn off other then that i put the pin back to 100 mghz and it booted fine i didnt lose no info this time
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also if i may add there is no jumper needed for 133mhz i just took it off thats the setting for 133 mghz supposed to leave the pins open
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also the vcore voltage flexirates from 1.455 to 1.471 should i worry aqbout that? its with using pc wizard 2005 so maybe its not acurate



The vcore should be set to 1.5, that voltage is to low this could be the problem, the cpu is not getting enough voltage to run at its correct speed.

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so what do i do?
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