Question about EliteGroup Via P4M266A (P4VMM2 V7.3) Motherboard

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Hi.ihave a p4m266-8235 motherboard I have a seleron 2 ghz cpu and i change this cpu with a pentium 4 2.66 ghz.The problem is the system can not boot the windows

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  • parbabis Apr 21, 2009

    my motherboard is p4mdm by phoenix

  • parbabis Apr 23, 2009

    hi.you are right jetway is the motherboard

    But why the cpu it's not ok?

    The FSB is the problem?

    Many thanks

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    Dick May 11, 2010

    Yes, the FSB is the problem. I suggest you email Jetway and ask what the fastest processor that motherboard will support is, there have been a lot of new processors since that board came out.

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    Dick May 11, 2010

    Phoenix does not make motherboards, they make BIOS. Jetway has a motherboard with that number, but it does not support your processor.

  • Jerry May 11, 2010

    Who is the manufacturer of your motherboard?

  • Dick
    Dick May 11, 2010

    The number you gave is not a motherboard, it is a chipset made by Via that many manufacturers used. To help you we need the motherboard number. You posted this in a category for Elitegroup, is that the motherboard manufacturer? Do you actually have a P4vMM2 motherboard version 7.3? If so, the manual is here. And if that is the case, your new processor is not working because the motherboard does not support it according to the specifications here. The fastest P4 you can use is 2.4 GHz.


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I used intel 2.8 ghz processor for this board and it work fine i try also intel 3.0 ghz but the speed of processor decreace in half

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ONLY PENTIUM 4 UPTO 1.8GhZ WORKS WITH THAT TYPE OF MOTHERBOARD.I HAVE 5NOS OF THAT MOTHERBOARD.SO FAMILIAR WITH THAT MOTHERBOARD.

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