:s I noticed after I booted again in the hardware monitor in bios the MB temperature was 27 degrees celsius the CPU temperature was 66 degrees celsius dunno if these mean much Can anyone show me the right bios settings to use to make it work well at 200fsb or even at least 166fsb as it should? I use to have the same CPU years ago but I can't remember those BIO settings. It is probably dried out by now and not making good contact with your CPU. Get the temps on your CPU down and see how it runs.The high temp could be causing a lot of your trouble.To start with, I'd change the "System Performance" to something less than "Aggressive".
I have had this computer for about 8 years so its pretty old with the parts and all, but it doesnt seem to function well even when it comes to playing games and other things from 2003 for example.
I'm not really good with understanding all this bios stuff, but i try to work around it.
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