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Cant access advanced bios settings

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i want to overclock my pentium 4 processor but i dont have access to the advanced settings in my BIOS- apparently there are some special hotkeys to use so you can gain access to them but i can't seem to find them anywhere. theres nothing in my motherboard manual or anything?
can any one help?

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Hi,
to access the Bios Configuration Setup, On Any PC.
Depending On The Bios Manufacturer i.e Pheonix-AMI et,c.
You press F2 Or Delete Or Esc At The Initial System Boot-Up.
Power On. Press One of the designated Buttons immediately, after starting the computer.this should access the Computers Advanced Bios Settings.
** Please note:- Altering any settings in the bios, can cause undesireable effects to your computer**
Even failure To Start, Or Boot-Up.
From my own personnal experience, it is better to underclock a cpu rather than overclock it.
If a CPU Is designed To Run At a certain speed, running it above it,s designated speed cycle, can damage either the CPU Itself, the Memory Or Motherboard.
Probably wiser, to upgrade The CPU rather Than Overclock It.

Mike @ Compurepair.

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http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/How-to-Overclock-a-Socket-775-Pentium-4/198

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