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Only on second-hand sites like ebay. Example of a similar but better one http://cgi.ebay.com/Abit-AN7-Nvidia-NForce-2-400-Ultra-AMD-Athlon-XP-2500-/330435195881?cmd=ViewItem&pt=Motherboards&hash=item4cef78f3e9
VIA P4XB-M http://www.via.com.tw/download/mainboards/4/11/P4XB-M.pdf 99.0% of motherboards still use PS2 ports. One colored purple for the PS2 keyboard female port, back side of the MB & the other colored light green, female port, back side of the MB PS2 mouse port. By default, most motherboards have the jumper for PS2 keyboard enabled. Location for this two-pin jumper varies from board to board. A USB port looks like this: http://www.rickysays.com/images/usb-port.jpg The PS2 port's are found in the upper left hand corner of this same picture. This next link will show how to connect USB motherboard jumpers including their wire locations. (Standard for most motherboard USB connections).
Athlon XP 3000+ is 400mhz FSB according to the link(http://www.amd.com/us-en/Processors/ProductInformation/0,,30_118_1274_3734^11672,00.html), means that in order to display the actual speed of your Athlon XP 3000+ you have to set your board 166mhz to 200mhz jumper setting or in CMOS utility overclocking option.
and also just to inform you that your motherboard is in Overclocked condition when set, because it only supports processors up to 333mhz FSB (http://www.digital-daily.com/motherboard/soltek-sl75frv/)
Sometimes the BIOS calls this protection some sort of "virus protection" as past viruses, like the CIH virus would tend to overwrite motherboard BIOS' with jargon, bricking the motherboard.
Try disabling any onboard "virus" protection and try flashing your BIOS again.