I have a strange problem with my Asus TX 97.
When I start my PC, it displays that I only run at 55(I have a pentium 233 mzh cpu) Mzh and I get a keyboard error.
Then I switch off my pc and power it up again, then it is telling me that i run at 155 Mzh and i still get a keyboard error.
When I have turned of and on my PC 3 to 4 times it works. The PC is stable, no errors only during boot.
Do any of you have clue what this could be??
look here to find latest bios look at faq 003 it sounds like a corrupt bios try clearing cmos on that board it has a jumper then i would flash to newest bios also info there about witch k62and 3 will fit on that board another thought you could have a dead cmos battery.
[This message has been edited by tpetre (edited 02-27-2000).]
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