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the main board should have a jumper that is labeled CLR CMOS you need to switch the jumper the pins 1 & 2 over to pin's 3 & 4 make sure you understand that this is for the mainboard factory reset if you're looking to reset the computer's operating system and programs to factory settings that is a different procedure.for that I believe you need to hold down the f12 button well you're turning the device on hold the button down until you get a menu the menu will guide you through the procedure
Visit http://www.compaq.com and select the product then download the user's manual. Such informations are usually given in the users mnual. Although Compaq is presently owned by HP, but user support is still there. (email@example.com)
The AMD K6 II / 350 has a 100 MHz bus speed and a 3.5 multiplier. I was online with a tech at HP and even they don't know, but if they send the motherboard manual as promised and it has the info I'll post a comment. They did say it can't be done in the BIOS. I can tell you often the major manufacturers used boards where the jumper locations were soldered and didn't even have pins to change the settings, making it pretty hard to upgrade the processor.
Do you see any jumpers on the board at all? Sometimes the multiplier & clock speed info is printed right on the board in tiny white letters.