Hello everyone. This is my first foray into the forums so please bear with me.
I have an old (2008-ish) PC that I put together that recently started having issues. At the moment, during POST it will restart and go into BIOS setup with a message saying that the previous boot failed due to an incorrect CPU speed.
The mobo is an Abit IS-10 865G, and the chip is an Intel Pentium 4 530 Prescott 3.0Ghz.
Now when on the setup menu, the speed displays properly as 3000Mhz. The only other option there is to set it to Manual. Usually once I select to Exit and Save, the system will then boot up fine.
The PC is running Windows XP with I believe 4Gb of RAM.