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Old 06-20-03, 03:22 PM Thread Starter   #1
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HARd QUESTION!


the jumpers on my motherboard were removed, and it took me a whilei guess the store that sold the computer didnt want anyone to overclock it due to warranty misuse or some thing. so now im stuck with a MB without jumpers and Pheonix BIOS that has no access to anything...I tried all sorts of soft and nothing works, cant overclock it. Any ideas??? i was thinking of getting a different BIOS but i have no clue on how to do that.
i have socket 370 Asus MB[meb-vm to be spec.] intel celeron 366[66hz fsb and 5.5 clock multiplier] and no idea oon how to overclock it.

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thnx man, but jumpers r gone for sure, even though in the manual it says that they should be there, but they are not.
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Old 06-20-03, 03:53 PM   #2
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I have the same question....but my mobo is a Socket 423 Asus P4T, inside of my HP. No oc'ing stuff in the BIOS, and the DIP (Jumper) Switches were removed.

But, I think i have the answer, however, I am afraid to try it without anyone agreeing that it will work, and not screw me. Okay, I was wondering if I can just Flash in a new Asus BIOS? Will it be compatible? Or will I be hosed if I try? Like I said, f'(x), if people say that simply flashing a new BIOS works, try that.
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Old 06-20-03, 11:18 PM   #3
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for your hp i would think a different bios would not work. the board you have is different enough from the normal asus that something wouldn't work right... i think... have you tried to press f11 when you get into your bios? sometimes that lets you get more/different options. if you don't feel bad about losing that board maybe you try to flash and tell us if it works.

or not.
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Old 06-21-03, 09:01 PM Thread Starter   #4
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dreammat chekout my oyther post in intel mobo section theres quite abit of info there
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