Question about Casio Cassiopeia E-125 Pocket PC
A while back I overclocked my E-125 to 200 Mhz from 150Mhz. It wasn't 100% stable, but a soft reboot would always get it back in order. It occasionally froze in the cradle, and the IR didn't work, but the speed increase was tremendous for movies (DivX) and NES gaming. Anyway, I decided to clock it down to 180Mhz, and it's been more stable. However, though it recognizes the d-link DWL-650 NIC (wireless) I put in it, and the drivers appeared to have installed, it doesn't work. Anyone else experience problems with an overclocked E-125?
Posted by Anonymous on
There are some overclocking programs available like through www.jimmysoftware.com or even hardware fixes. The one by jimmysoftware is for the iPAQ only. iPAQ Overclocking software I would strongely avoid doing the hardware fix. The overclocking applies only to the processor itself and does not take into account the I/O from the the processor to the various other hadrware components. Some games, video, and apps may perform better but anything hardware related like PC card or CF cards that have a function like modem, networking etc. . . can run into timing related issues and not function. At least the software version can be easily removed. Good luck
Posted on Sep 04, 2005
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