Question about Intel Pentium III, 800MHz (229725001)

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Hang/reboot hi. I have a PIII 800 MHz processor (according to the intel processor frequency ID utility) on an Abit VL6 motherboard. If CMOS is set to 800MHz, it hangs. If it is set to 600MHz, it reboots over and over when starting windows xp sp2. If it is set to 400 MHz, it reboots for about 6 times before windows xp gets through. Why can't I set it to 800 or 600 MHz? Why does it reboot? Should I change my processor?

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  • mjtoyboy Feb 19, 2008

    still on abit vl6

  • mjtoyboy Feb 20, 2008

    yup. I tried user defined. set it up to 800, 600, then 400. still got the same results.

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What type or modelof motherboard did you use now?

Posted on Feb 19, 2008

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    micromaster Feb 19, 2008

    Have you tried to set the cpu speed into MANUAL?

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