Reply 40 of 46, by Doornkaat
idan182 wrote on 2022-03-23, 18:46:
I changed J8 to J15 and the voltage to 2.8v […]
I changed J8 to J15 and the voltage to 2.8v
It seem that if I connect my CF Drive it does that.
It won't recognize it at all, not in Primay IDE, and not Secondary. either Master or Slave.
I managed now to get the MASTER and SLAVE working. HD is Master, CDROM is Slave.
my DOS and everything is on the CF Card so I don't have a way to check but it does boot fine now until disk boot failure please insert disk and press enter.
Any suggestions for new CF Drive and not this Chinese?
why do I see 266mhz on post if my cpu is 233?
Happy to hear it works better.😃👍
The CPU speed on those old processors is not fixed. It is determined by the front side bus (or FSB: the interface between CPU and northbridge/mainboard) and the multiplier.
-Your FSB is set to run at 75MHz.
-Your mainboard is configured to tell this CPU to run at 3.5 times the speed of the FSB.
This will result in your CPU running at 262MHz (75x3.5). The BIOS reports this as 266MHz.
This is a slight overclock but usually it should not cause any issues.
Does this make things clearer?