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    ok i have a p4 -2.53 with a shuttle as45gt mobo

    i had a problem with my pc so i had to reset the jumper
    the thing is my CPU clock used to be set at 133 now it is at 100 and if i set it to 133 the computer hangs when i start it up, i cant do anything

    can anyone plz help me. i dont know if the cpu clock differnece is a big deal or not coz i dont know that much.

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    Well, instead of running 2.53ghz, your only running 1.9, first off. So theres a large speed difference. Is there a Jumper on your mobo for a 133 or100 FSB setting? Also try clearing CMOS again, and check to be sure all voltages etc. are correct

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    Is there a Jumper on your mobo for a 133 or100 FSB setting? Also try clearing CMOS again, and check to be sure all voltages etc. are correct


    i dont know how to change the voltage or check the jumper for a 133 or 100 fsb setting

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    A few more details about ya hardware setup would help such as the brand and rating of ya memory.

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    i have 1 stick of Corsair 512mb of pc2100 ram and a stick of
    Kingston i believe 512mb of pc2100 ram

    i think they are both ddr -- i odnt know to much about computers

    the problem just screwd up the other day when i was looking at CPU clock(FSB i think) it was set at 133 which it was since i built it
    i was skimming through the speeds to see if it goes faster but i enede up leaving it at 133
    then when i rebooted the computer it would just hang there and i couldnt do anything
    now it is set at 100 and when i boot up it says it is a 1.9 gig pc instead of 2.53

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    Haave you tried to Clear Cmos again?

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    about 3 times and whenever i reset it goes back to 100
    maybe i have to increase voltage or something? i have enough power though im sure. 375watts

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    Well, When ya go into your Bios, set it to autodetect cpu parameters, or however its worded, and try that.

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    i didnt see anything like that but i got the cpu clock to 132
    which got me to the speed of 2.50 gigs if i go 1 more up to 133 which is 2.53gigs the pc still hangs
    100-132 had something of a ratio of 1:1
    and 132up the thing changed to 4:3

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    Quote Originally Posted by laxjax13
    i didnt see anything like that but i got the cpu clock to 132
    which got me to the speed of 2.50 gigs if i go 1 more up to 133 which is 2.53gigs the pc still hangs
    100-132 had something of a ratio of 1:1
    and 132up the thing changed to 4:3
    Huh, When its running 133, set the ratio to 1:1 and see how it goes, and hell, if ya cant get it running at 133, 132 is damn close

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