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Am using P2 which has been upgraded to P3 now but it has stop working due to the changes which occured accidentally on the mother board near the processor's settings

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  • chessyang May 11, 2010

    are you talking about the jumpers?

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    Samuel Spell May 11, 2010

    What changes? What type of P3? speed of old and speed of new P2 P3 or the names of chips. please post and I will tell you what to do What type of system or motherboard also.

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At first check the mother is support the pentium 3 processor or not. then upgrade the processor.

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