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Pv4mm2 trouble my pv4mm2 board in pc100 frequency and i want it be pc133....i tried to change in bios set up but its locked......don't know how to unlock it...i tried also in jumper set up on board but its not working...

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I've the same problem, and I've done alot of google searching, but coming up with the same few articles only. From what I've found out, the higher-end versions of the P4VMM2 do support a 533 FSB, but the older versions, like 1.1a do not, seem capped at 400mhz. My motherboard does not have ANYWHERE a version # on it, I found through trial and error that it must be a 1.1a , as 1.3 makes my onboard NIC disappear. Transversly, the 1.1a manual states 2 things: 1 - it supports up to a 400mhz, 2 - jp1a and jp1b are 'physically there' and 'supposed' to switch from 100 to 133mhz, but when I PUT them in the opposite order, the pc won't boot, id be interested in knowing why btw, no answers yet. And so, it leads the question "why are there jumpers for 133mhz setting, if the darned thing doens't boot at this setting???'. Perhaps it IS capable of it, and there is another problem?? I've asked around n been told possibly switching to DDR ram, instead of SDRAM may allow the speed to up, as the old ram can't handle the speed?? I've also read some very brief article which stated your 'pci / agp ratios' must be correct, does this mean there is some other settings you need, to activate the 133 n make it boot? Either way it's very frustrating having my 2.66ghz, running at 2.0 ghz.

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Posted on Oct 29, 2009

It say's set jumper to 2-3 and 1-2 for 133 but after the jumper set-up and turn on my pc nothing happen my pc don't boot....

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Please tell me how u are doing the jumpers in what sequence

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