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FB11 1.4ghz Pentium 3-S not working.

I have a FIC FB11(with the most updated bios version IAA45, socket370, Intel chipset 440bx). I have been using a Pentium 3-EB, 800mhz for a while now. Recently I tried to get this Pentium 3-S, 1.4ghz to work in it. Whenever the Pentium 3-S, 1.4ghz is in, the only thing I get is a blank screen. What can I do to make this work?

I also have a Slotket 3(370 pin) for a FIC VB-601. Do you think that it will work in this one?

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The 1.4 chip is a tulatin, the 440 bx will not support a tulatin, even though it has the same pin-out as a p3 coppermine. i dopue that it would work on any socketed board either.

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