motherboard jumpers

  Haggie 16:37 30 Sep 2004

to have a jumper set as "on" i presuime that it has to bridge both the pins, and for it to be off then it is moved so as only sitting on 1 of the 2 pins so it looks like it is sitting to the one side?
thats how i read the manual anyway. if so then my jumpers are set for a P3 400 rather than a 500.

  Haggie 17:00 30 Sep 2004


  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 17:03 30 Sep 2004

So whats your problem?

What make of machine?

Operating system?

  Haggie 17:07 30 Sep 2004

tis an old Tiny P3 500 win 98, had it opened up today balasting the dust out it when i noticed the jumpers for the 1st time in 4 yrs, downloaded the mobo manual was reading through when i noticed this slight diffenece, and i thought that maybe i aint gettin all the performance which i should be gettin from the procesor

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 17:12 30 Sep 2004

Across both pins to be on.

What comes up on the POST screen when you first boot?

  Haggie 17:13 30 Sep 2004

which part of the post screen?

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 17:15 30 Sep 2004

the very top should give info about Cpu then count memory

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 17:17 30 Sep 2004

Belarc advisor click here

run this to give you info about your PC

  Haggie 21:17 30 Sep 2004

well it says p3 500mhz, so i guess the jumpers are set right

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