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Motherboard and CPU Frequency

Monitor would not come on. when finally on, message of "motherboard not meeting up with CPU frequency" appeared

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Goto BIOS by pressing DEL or F1 or F2 , then in that press F9 for default settings. then SAVE & EXIT...

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It seems to be you hace a p4-pex.. check your cpu,, cpu must be 533MHZ specs and lower, try to boot the pc in lower specs.. like 2.0GHZ at 400 MHZ.

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Lack of info..
Need spec of both parts CPU and MO BO
DID they ever work together?

Posted on Jul 24, 2009

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When you power up the computere press F2 or "del" or F5 key towenter in bios then load optimal defaults settings.then save then check.
If still problem arise then pull out cmos cell for 15 minutes from motherbord then it auto reset to factory defaults.

Posted on Jul 24, 2009

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