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Upgradeing processor for d845gebv2

I have the d845gebv2 motherboard. It came with the 1.7 pentium 4 processor which is a 400bus. i have recently purchased a pentium 4 2.8 and 3.06 processors which are 533 bus. i do i change the bus speed in the bios. both of these processors are on the supported processor list from intel. i have recently upgraded the bios to the most up to date p17. but when i move the jumper on the board to get the maintenance menu on the motherboard it comes up in the bios but the only thing it lets me change it the clear password and clear bis or something like that. when i put both of those processors in the machine turns on but no screen i put the 1.7 back in everything works fine, i dont think this is an autodetect motherboard so i need to know how to change the bus speed from 400 to 533. thanks

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  • ducky81 May 26, 2008

    i have tried that when i move to configure the maintenance menu show up but the bus speed option doesnt show up

  • ducky81 May 28, 2008

    how would you put 2 in there at once, i am trying one at a time, intels web page says there should be a option in there to change the bus speed.

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  • Steven Burn
    Steven Burn May 27, 2008

    If the BUS speed option isn't present, then it should automatically detect it.

    Are you trying both CPU's (in the board) at the same time, or one CPU at a time?

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