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Gunslinger68
09-25-02, 06:44 AM
I have a nv7m abit mobo that dosent see the processer at 1800+ which it is but see it at 1150 and when I change the 100/100/66 to 133/133/66 it gose into fits when I reboot. Have any ideas? Is the mobo not working? or is there settings I can change to make it work? thanks for any help you can give me.

Gator
09-25-02, 07:47 AM
Originally posted by Gunslinger68
I have a nv7m abit mobo that dosent see the processer at 1800+ which it is but see it at 1150 and when I change the 100/100/66 to 133/133/66 it gose into fits when I reboot. Have any ideas? Is the mobo not working? or is there settings I can change to make it work? thanks for any help you can give me.

i'm not familiar with your board, but check the manufacturer's website for bios updates, and also make sure their specifications say it is officially support 133fsb, not just capable of. Many boards can support 166fsb, but they certainly don't recommend it.

Gunslinger68
09-25-02, 02:19 PM
I have the same setup in another comp. and it runs 133/133/66 the only diff. is that it has two sticks of ram a 256 and a 128. so i would say it should run it. I just wouldnt think the extra ram would make the diff.

SavagePaladin
09-25-02, 02:42 PM
Check the BIOS, check that the RAM is populated in the right order, and thats about all I can tell you. Possible nforcershq.com can help

Gunslinger68
09-26-02, 12:35 AM
thanks for the ideas and for the addy I had that site in the fav. and lost it and couldnt find it anywhere.