Fraggin' Computer:75 to 90
I tried moving the jumper settings from my 75
Pent. so that I could overclock to 90. When I tried to boot the system it would operate and load driver and parts nomally but the monitor wouldn't turn on. When I switched it back to the settings the monitor would turn on as normal. My computer is friggin' 2 years old, how the **** can it have overclocking prevention? Please help,thanks.
What is your computer? Please explain, if the monitor is not showing anything, how do you know that it load the drivers?
To overclock a 75 Mhz intel pentium on a Packard Bell, you move the jumper to change the bus from 50 Mhz to 60 or 90 whichever your cpu cann handle. Most Pentium 75 sold does not have enough cooling capabilities running over 75. Did you try overclocking without any heatsink/fan?
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