I went into my Bios right now to take a look and I don't think my motherboard allows me to overclock.
I have a generic motherboard that came with my Lenovo computer. It's a G31T-LM2(Btw, Lenovo and Elitegroup customer service suck. Emailed them both twice for a motherboard manual two weeks ago and no response).
In Bios, it shows my settings as 800mhz FSB and 667mhz ddr 2 memory. It's a E5200 2.5 gig intel dual core. Nowhere does it allow me to change any FSB or voltage setting. Infact it doesn't even show the voltage settings in my motherboard bios.
Not exactly true. Somewhere, there will be an FSB setting. Try selecting 266 MHz. It should work. That will put you around 3.3 GHz. If that doesn't work, try decreasing the CPU multiplier until it does work.
And you should be able to go online and download a motherboard manual.