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When ever I start my computer it directly goes to bios settings and it says *********** board frequency not set properly. I tried with every kind of frequency but it did not work out and also it takes long time to get start. Mother Board - ASUS P4BGL-MX , I bought this 2004. Please give me the solution.

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You should check the BUS frequency as well, for the RAM. If the ram and mobo frequencies aren't set in a pair, but board won't work properly. Is there an option to set to factory defaults? I'd use that.

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