Looks like you are trying to run your pci bus too high. Where it says "cpu/pci frequency 100/33" see if you can change it to 133/33. That should allow you to up the fsb to 133, and give you 1.8 gigs ( that is the stock speed of the 2200 I think). Good luck
Go to advanced in the bios, and click where it says manual. You should get a popup with 3 choices in it. One will be manual, one will be 1350, and one will be 1800. Click the 1800. The line that has "133/100/33" should stay the same. I suspect that you have been trying to change the middle number (100) to 133, but that is your ram timing, and your ram is only rated for 100mhz.
I have an msi kt266 board and it will only support up to a xp 2000 palimino core. If it was a 266a board it would do upto xp 2600. I have heard of ways to get it to work on my board but it would require removeing a capacitor and installing a hacked bios.
You might be out of luck to get the true 2200 speeds but you can keep trying.
Cpu Speed: [Manual]
Cpu Frequency Multiple: [13.0x]
Cpu/PCI Frequency (Mhz): [100/33] to [166/42]
Cpu/Memory Frequency Ratio [1:1] [3:4] [Auto]
Cpu Vcore Setting: [Auto] [Manual]
Cpu Vcore: [1.600v] to [1.800v]
Right now I am at Manual, 13.0x, 100/33, 1:1, Manual, 1.600V
1- The only choice I have for Cpu Speed is “Manual”
2- The only choice I have for Cpu Frequency Multiple is “13.0x”
3- Update: I have 1 512 ddr 2100 Crucial memory
What I have tried so far:
1-Increased Cpu/PCI Frequency (Mhz) to 133/33 and then to 166/42
2- Increased Vcore little by little up to 1.750v
3- I have tried to go out of JumperFree mode by setting the dipswitches to 11.0X
Everything I tried so far did not work as each time I save and exit, my computer hang up.
A- Am I using the right CPU cooler?
No, but it’s a better one, it’s a made of copper. By the way, I went from 60 Celsius (With my old 1333 mhz) down to 48.
B- Is my PSU powerful enough?
I really don’t know. Is 320 volts enough? I have 2 hd, a Dvd + my Geforce TI 4400.