Sounds like a BIOS issue, try resetting defaults, save and exit, then go
back in after a reboot and set the baby up. My brother in law has one and
its a jumperless mobo with options to change speed in the bios. From time to
time it does this.
I doubt that you/someone moved the jumpers/switches on the mobo - or were
the cleaners in again?
If not, then its boll****.
Anybody know why an AMD K6-266mhz which has run happily for the last 4
years now only runs at 133mhz....
yes, i did check the heatsink & fan.
more importantly, how do i get it to run at its rated speed again?
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