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July 31, 2003 4:44:56 PM

hi, i just built an amd system consisting of :

AMD ATHLONXP 2200+
MSI KT4AV
256 ram ddr
aopen geforce mx 440 64mb ddr
40gb hhd etc, but the system is showing 1500+ under winxp running at 1.35ghz is that true or false? when ever i use to run a cd from my liteon cdrw the system hangs whats wrong??? help

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July 31, 2003 4:57:13 PM

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but the system is showing 1500+ under winxp running at 1.35ghz is that true or false?

You've got your FSB set to 200MHz. Set it to 266MHz and it'll be right.

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when ever i use to run a cd from my liteon cdrw the system hangs whats wrong???

My guess would be that if it's that consistant then it's probably that your power supply isn't good enough so whenever you power up the CDRW it puts just enough strain on your power supply to cack the system.

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August 1, 2003 1:13:58 AM

133MHz exactly. 266Mhz is dual-pumped.

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August 1, 2003 2:05:55 AM

double data rate...double pump makes you sound like a 3 year old...

3 386DX-25's...12 volts...glue some ln2 and a wicked amount of overclocking and you get a willamantee minus 36 pins, 33.75 million transistors and a couple hundred mhz... :cool:
August 1, 2003 2:37:05 AM

just like his momma still pumps out breast milk for him!! ooooo!

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August 1, 2003 3:56:58 AM

whatever works for you...

3 386DX-25's...12 volts...glue some ln2 and a wicked amount of overclocking and you get a willamantee minus 36 pins, 33.75 million transistors and a couple hundred mhz... :cool:
August 1, 2003 6:51:39 PM

Lemme guess though, yet another case of "RTFM".

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August 1, 2003 7:42:22 PM

Yeah thats gotta be the FSB setting. Needs to be 133 and not 100 for the 2200 chip multiplier is at 13.5 and if the clock speed is set to 100 then that would be 1350mhz which is the xp1500 and 133 would be 1795.5mhx which is xp2200. Also do yourself a favor and crank your mulitplier to 14 to get a small boost and not cost of voltage.

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August 1, 2003 7:42:37 PM

Yeah thats gotta be the FSB setting. Needs to be 133 and not 100 for the 2200 chip multiplier is at 13.5 and if the clock speed is set to 100 then that would be 1350mhz which is the xp1500 and 133 would be 1795.5mhz which is xp2200. Also do yourself a favor and crank your mulitplier to 14 to get a small boost and not cost of voltage.

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August 1, 2003 8:54:37 PM

Leon

Restart the computer holding down the delete key;

In the CMOS Setup;

Select, Frequency/Voltage Control

Set, CPU FSB Clock to 133Mhz
Set, CPU Ratio to Auto

ESC out back to CMOS Setup;

Select, Integrated Peripherals

Make sure, On Chip IDE Controller is set to Both

ESC out back to CMOS Setup;

Press F10 and enter.

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when ever i use to run a cd from my liteon cdrw the system hangs whats wrong??? help

Make sure you've installed the Chipset Drivers, off the Mainboard Installation Disk.



<b><font color=purple>Details, Details, Its all in the Details, If you need help, Don't leave out the Details.</font color=purple></b><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by 4ryan6 on 08/01/03 08:06 PM.</EM></FONT></P>
August 1, 2003 10:30:39 PM

make sure you are using the right jumper setting too and the cable (ide) is not backwards (doh!)...

3 386DX-25's...12 volts...glue some ln2 and a wicked amount of overclocking and you get a willamantee minus 36 pins, 33.75 million transistors and a couple hundred mhz... :cool:
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August 2, 2003 12:11:05 AM

Good point, I assume you mean the Master/Slave jumpers on the Optical drives, since the only jumper on the M/B is the Clear CMOS jumper, Right.

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August 2, 2003 12:36:01 AM

ya i ment master and slave



3 386DX-25's...12 volts...glue some ln2 and a wicked amount of overclocking and you get a willamantee minus 36 pins, 33.75 million transistors and a couple hundred mhz... :cool:
August 2, 2003 3:00:02 AM

What you have master slaves?
August 2, 2003 3:56:22 AM

the master/slave and csl jumpers smart one...

master slave is the biggest oxymoron ever!

3 386DX-25's...12 volts...glue some ln2 and a wicked amount of overclocking and you get a willamantee minus 36 pins, 33.75 million transistors and a couple hundred mhz... :cool:
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August 2, 2003 3:02:15 PM

Isn't it kinda wierd pIII_Man that the original people we try to help in some of these posts, don't ever seem to show back up, makes you wonder sometimes if you're not just wasting your time.

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August 2, 2003 3:25:24 PM

most of the time they do...its kinda annoying but hopefully someone else will read it and learn something...thats how i learned at least...

I have never owned a athlon xp or a pentium 4 but i still know how to troubleshoot both of em...just from reading the forums and reviews...so i think it goes to good use...

3 386DX-25's...12 volts...glue some ln2 and a wicked amount of overclocking and you get a willamantee minus 36 pins, 33.75 million transistors and a couple hundred mhz... :cool:
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August 2, 2003 3:31:25 PM

Oh yes I agree, theres a lot of good advice and tips that you can glean from here, but you've got to admit, theres a lot of people out here that don't know what the heck they're talking about, I know you've run across that yourself.

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August 2, 2003 4:24:15 PM

i totally agree...but i once was one of those people...although i don't like when i see those people consistantly giving bad advice...but that why people like you and i are here..hehe

3 386DX-25's...12 volts...glue some ln2 and a wicked amount of overclocking and you get a willamantee minus 36 pins, 33.75 million transistors and a couple hundred mhz... :cool:
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August 2, 2003 4:39:59 PM

Pats on Back, Hears cheering of crowd, Catch you later pIII_Man

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August 2, 2003 6:07:17 PM

Thanks guys i fixed the prob i increased it to 133mhz and everything is fine ..thx again
August 2, 2003 7:10:51 PM

great man...nice to know your back up to speed!

3 386DX-25's...12 volts...glue some ln2 and a wicked amount of overclocking and you get a willamantee minus 36 pins, 33.75 million transistors and a couple hundred mhz... :cool:
August 2, 2003 7:12:11 PM

Cheering crowd...um all i hear are a bunch of case fans!

3 386DX-25's...12 volts...glue some ln2 and a wicked amount of overclocking and you get a willamantee minus 36 pins, 33.75 million transistors and a couple hundred mhz... :cool:
August 2, 2003 11:52:33 PM

I agree with you. I hang out, I learn, I give advice where I think it's needed, & I keep my mouth shut when I need to. I've learned how to make a business out of it all in the end, I guess! I keep lurking & stabbing in when I feel the urge. So it goes. The first time I helped a guy from Australia build his A7V, I was hooked. I guess in the end it's fun even if your forgotten soon for the favor.

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August 3, 2003 1:32:30 AM

It is a real satisfying feeling to help someone through a problem, thats what makes it all worth it.

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August 3, 2003 1:34:44 AM

Way to Go, leon_the_pro

By the way your M/B and mine are almost identical, you have the KT4AV, I have the KT4VL, they both have the same Manual and ID #, the only difference is you have the A series of the 400chipset, and mine has the original release.

<b><font color=purple>Details, Details, Its all in the Details, If you need help, Don't leave out the Details.</font color=purple></b><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by 4ryan6 on 08/02/03 09:41 PM.</EM></FONT></P>
August 3, 2003 2:47:39 AM

So now your hearing case fans?
August 3, 2003 3:25:22 AM

that and a little bit of ringing...forgot to wear my earplugs last week while using the computer...now i am suffering!

3 386DX-25's...12 volts...glue some ln2 and a wicked amount of overclocking and you get a willamantee minus 36 pins, 33.75 million transistors and a couple hundred mhz... :cool:
August 3, 2003 3:30:07 AM

You are to surf not suffer the net!!
August 3, 2003 3:31:28 AM

ROFL

3 386DX-25's...12 volts...glue some ln2 and a wicked amount of overclocking and you get a willamantee minus 36 pins, 33.75 million transistors and a couple hundred mhz... :cool:
August 3, 2003 3:38:33 AM

LOL new you would like that one.
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