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CHANGING CPU'S TYPES AND SPEEDS

HI, AT LEAST HALF THE TIME I TRY TO SWITCH TO A DIFFERENT AUTHORIZED CPU MY MOBO BOARDS WON'T ADJUST TO IT. I HAVE A TWO PCCHIPS M748LMRT WHICH HAVE A JUMPER JP7 THAT IS SUPPOSED TO SWITCH FROM SLOT 1 TO SOCKET 370 CELERON, PENTIUM II OR PENTIUM III . I HAVE HAD THIS PROBLEM ON MANY MINI ATX STYLE MOBO'S. IF I HAVE THE MANUEL I FOLLOW IT TO THE LETER BUT MANY TIMES THE BOARD JUST WON'T UPGRADE. IT'S LIKE THEY GET STUCK ON ONE CPU SPEED. ANY SUGGESTIONS ON THE STEPS I SHOULD TAKE TO HELP MY BOARDS SWITCH BETTER. I AM USUALLY TRYING TO GO HIGHER. THANKS MY NAME IS MIKE

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On these old motherboard there is usually one switch that is used to change the CPU type - from Slot to Socket, in this case. But there are usually a different set of jumpers that control the CPU speed. And usually another set to control the bus speed, assuming it supports more than one. In this case it might support 100 or 133, depending on the CPU.

In some cases, you can set the jumpers to "AUTO", which automatically selects the bus and CPU speed. This was only available on the higher end, newer and more expensive boards.

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