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The mother donot boot up if the cpu in its maximum speed

My mother is asus p4 xp-x and processor p4 2.4 GHZ
if i made the processor speed auto ( 2.4 Ghz ) when boot up the computer just hanging and when i restart it and get in mother setting there is an indication told me that in the previous log the comp hang because of the cpu speed.
i tried to solve this by making the cpu speed manual
and in 1.8 Ghz if i increase the clock above that it hangs up again
how can i solve this?

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Computer hanging means it is unstable try 2.2 ghz instead and use a benchmark program off net to test system

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