Question about EliteGroup P6STP-FL Motherboard
I Am getting the subject matter come up on my screen each time I switch on the PC. Then it also says:
Warning! CPU has been changed.
Please enter CPU Speed CMOS setup.
I have the motherboard CD and I know how to get to my BIOS & CMOS pages, but need some instruction to correct this error.
step 1: 1st change your Cmos battery
step 2: goto cmos setup, change your cpu speed, what speed of cpu are you using and what mhz of
step 3: save your setup and restart your computer... i hope u will get rid of this problem.
if you give me your system detail i can explain more better than this...
what is your system configuration:
P1 or P2 or P3 or P4 or Intel Dual Core or Core 2 Duo
Cpu speed : 150mhz or 200mhz or 500mhz or 800mhz or 1Ghz or 2.2Ghz or 3Ghz
Mother board : Intel Pentium or Sis or Via or Mercury or Asus etc....
mail me your configuration : email@example.com
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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