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Old 04-02-02, 06:02 PM Thread Starter   #1
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My multipliers are screwy


When I set my multipliers on 10 or 10.5 it shows 9.5,but the rest work fine,any ideas?
It is unlocked and never has been any problems always worked fine,did I burn up my CPU?

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Old 04-02-02, 06:17 PM   #2
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You will probably need to redo the unlock.
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Old 04-02-02, 06:57 PM   #3
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unlocked?


Sounds like one of the L1's is no longer making a good connection. Start again if you want those mults.

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Old 04-02-02, 08:25 PM Thread Starter   #4
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Well I redid it and everything is working except the 10 multiplier..\
but I found one of the pads on my CPU seems to be falling apart,is there a quick fix for this

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hmmm


Maybe a jeweler could do some micro-soldering for ya. A dab of silver trace paint might work as well.

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Old 04-02-02, 09:12 PM Thread Starter   #6
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Im talkng about thelittle foam tab on each corner of the CPU.
In fact that was the problem one closest to the L1 was worn so bad I thing the heat sink may have been close enough to short it out,but anyway it seems to be ok now,I want to thank you guys again for the help,were would I be with out you guys...
Id be throwing a lot of ruined parts in the trash most likely
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Old 04-03-02, 02:38 AM   #7
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i think super glue would work fine.. or just tape it back.. ive seen in a thg video and they taped their little pad back on in the unlocking a XP video..

or i think u might be able to take all 4 off and buy a shim.. but dont do this first as im not sure how it will work.. just a idea..
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