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A 266 Mhz system bus processor is installed. This processor is not supported on this system board and will run at reduced processor clock speed.

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Hi Rlforeard, yes the BX80546PG3000E is compatible with the motherboard P4I65G.
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Here is the list from Asrock. CPU's supported for the Asrock P4I65G board. You will find you can go higher.
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To get more than max speed from your board you will need to install the fastest chip your motherboard supports and then overclock it.Send me another post if you are interested in going further.

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First of all which operating system is on the machine?

Secondly have you been into the BIOS to see if the on-board has been disabled. To get into the BIOS restart the computer and press either the Del or Esc key to access the BIOS.

Also go to device manager and see if the audio has been disabled from there.

If you have installed Windows 7 or Vista then there could be a chance that the motherboard drivers are not designed for the operating system. If that's the case then no driver will work.
You would have to manually search the internet for someone who may have found a compatible driver.


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Maximum of 1 GB per slot.
Yes, you can buy DDR400, it will be underclocked by the motherboard to DDR266. If you want some extra performance you can go in the BIOS and lower the timings one unit.
Yes, they will work, but not very fast. They should be used only as a last option.

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53mhz system bus processor is installed this processor is not supported on this desktop board and will run at reduced processor clock speed system performance will be impacted intel r pentium iv processor...


Determine the manufacturer and model number of the system board. Locate the system board manufacturer's website. Check for a list of supported processors for your system board. If it is on the list, you may need only to update the system board firmware. If you have questions about the suitability of the processor / system board combination - contact the system board manufacturer's tech support group or technical forums that they may be operating on the site.

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I need RAM for an Intel E210882 D865GBF motherboard (DIMM, single notch more or less in the middle of the board). What do I need?


It appears your board was manufactured sometime around 2003.
It has supported front side bus speed of 800, 533, and 400 MHz, and has a capacity of up to 4GB Dual Channel DDR 400 MHz (PC3200), 333 MHz (PC2700), and 266 MHz (PC2100).

Note: Be sure to review important memory and system bus speed considerations before using this desktop board
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Hi, i was windering if it was possible to use 168 pins pc133 memory modules instead of the ddr 266 into my P4B266 Motherboard, since they have the same size and work at the same frequency. In the manual,...


Hello,
*********** board will suport for 133 bus speed memory.Memory Size is not the matter,what ever you can install in the mother board,may be 128/256/512,but ensure the bus speed .It wont be more than 133 mhz.,then your mobo can not support.If you have SDR 133 bus speed ram you can install .
*********** board speed is 400 mhz,you can change 478 pin any intel processor,for better performence but the bus speed would be 400 mhz or bellow 400mhz,both will be suported.


For detail follow bellow the link.
http://www.firingsquad.com/hardware/p4b266/default.asp

Hope it will you.

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I have a Syntax K7 SV400 motherboard. The board will post but will not install the os. The bios recognizes the cd drive and the hard drive. When I try to install Windows 2000 Pro the cd drive spins and I...


Nothing, first try the disk in a working pc & see if it auto-runs in windows,if it does then try a different ribbon cable on the cd drive. If it doesn't then the disk is dirty or damaged. Also, not accusing you but windows 2000 is probably the most burned copy of windows around. If this is the case, go to whoever you got the disk from & tell them to re-burn it at 4x if possible but no faster than 6x, then the disk will work. As far as the bus speed is concerned(the jumpers), if the processor is a 100mhz, that's all the faster it will operate. Especially on older pentiums,which it sounds like you have. Now the processors will go to a slower speed, like 166 to 100. Keep in mind when switching cpu's you must set the jumper to the matching or slower speed or it will not post. Also, that speed is half what the actual clock is, meaning, 100 is 200,133 is 266, & 166 is 333 mhz. So if it's a socket 7 or 380 board, you can run an AMD or Cyrix cpu instead of the pentium & use whatever speed you'ld like because AMD products back then didn't lock the multipliers. Also on those older boards, some won't run certain ram speeds, like if the board has 100mhz ram it may not like 133 much. Ram wasn't very backward compatible back then.

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Restart computer even when bios is open


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PZ TELL ME ABOUT WHICH PROCESSOR(CLOCK SPEED) SUPPORT INTO 845GLLY MOTHER BOARD


845GLLY supported processors:
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Best and easiest thing to do is go to www.crucial.com and run a scan of your computer. It will tell you what you have, how much it will hold, and what kind of modules.

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here are the specifications of *********** board go through it...
Processor Support Intel® Pentium® 4 processor, Intel® Celeron® D processor and Intel® Celeron® processor in the 478-pin package
Note: It is important to verify supported processors before using this Intel® desktop board. Supported front side bus speed 800, 533, and 400 MHz Integrated Graphics Intel® 865G Chipset with Intel® Extreme Graphics 2 Chipset Intel® 865G Chipset AGP Connector AGP 3.0 (4X & 8X Speed 1.5 and 0.8 Volt Only) Memory Type Dual Channel DDR 400 MHz (PC3200), 333 MHz (PC2700), and 266 MHz (PC2100).
Note: Be sure to review important memory and system bus speed considerations before using this Intel® Desktop Board Max Memory Capacity of up to 4 GB Memory Slots 4 DDR DIMM Sockets Slots 6 PCI
So it will support DDR2 and you can upgrade upto 4GB...

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Processor Family Processor Speed System Bus Frequency Cache Size BIOS Version Notes Pentium® III processor 850 MHz 100 MHz 256 KB P14 or greater The following board revisions (AA numbers) support these processors: 754552-200 or later
754558-200 or later
A01450-200 or later.
See the board revision note, below, for an explanation.
800 MHz 100 MHz 256 KB P14 or greater 750 MHz 100 MHz 256 KB P14 or greater 700 MHz 100 MHz 256 KB P14 or greater 650 MHz 100 MHz 256 KB P14 or greater 600E MHz 100 MHz 256 KB P14 or greater 550E MHz 100 MHz 256 KB P14 or greater 600 MHz 100 MHz 512 KB P12 or greater All board revisions support these processors 550 MHz 100 MHz 512 KB P07 or greater 500 MHz 100 MHz 512 KB P07 or greater 450 MHz 100 MHz 512 KB P07 or greater Pentium® II processor 450 MHz 100 MHz 512 KB P01 or greater 400 MHz 100 MHz 512 KB P01 or greater 350 MHz 100 MHz 512 KB P01 or greater 333 MHz 66 MHz 512 KB P01 or greater 300 MHz 66 MHz 512 KB P01 or greater 266 MHz 66 MHz 512 KB P01 or greater 233 MHz 66 MHz 512 KB P01 or greater Intel® Celeron® processor 433 MHz 66 MHz 128 KB P01 or greater 400 MHz 66 MHz 128 KB P01 or greater 366 MHz 66 MHz 128 KB P01 or greater 333 MHz 66 MHz 128 KB P01 or greater 300A MHz 66 MHz 128 KB P01 or greater 300 MHz 66 MHz 0 KB P01 or greater 266 MHz 66 MHz 0 KB P01 or greateri hope that this solved your request.
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