Question about Dell Dimension 8200 PC Desktop
I have replaced my old Pentium 4 1.8g processor with a new Pentium 4 2.26g processor but the computer sill is running at the 1.7 speed. The bios is locked so you can not change the FSB or clocking. PLEASE HELP!
Hi, i also hav a dimensions 8200 which i recently uprgaded to a 2.8gh, but i discovered there were two versions of this system one which supports a 400FSB and the other 533FSB, these can determine the speed of ur cpu. Like you, I havent been able to unlock my clock speeds in the bios but i think you should be able to get more from ur new cpu by updating ur bios version to A09. check the dell site for more info on how to do this.
Posted on Apr 25, 2008
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