Question about MSI K7T266 Pro2 (MS 6380-060) Motherboard
I have tried three different processors with this board, the last being a known good AMD 900 mhz processor. The 4 red lights still stay lit on the board as if the processor is no good. Could something on the board being jumpered or not jumpered cause this. My understanding from the book is it is automatically set a 100 mhz bus speed, but can be changed to 133 mhz in the bios. Please help if you can. Thank you.
to change bus to 133 MHz, you need to unlock the speed by setting a corresponding jumper on the board to assign busspeed by bios. After doing so, you need to clear CMOS and reboot. Next you'll have to set speed and multiplier in bios. Ideally: 900MHz = 100 x 9. Alternatively: 133 x 6.5 If that doesn't help...check if your RAM-modules are any good anymore. When RAM is not functioning, CPU-error code may be presented, since CPU cannot read/write to RAM, therefore not function. Let me know how this turns out.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
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