Okay, here you go

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Subject: Okay, here you go
Name: ludicrous
Date: 9/28/2001 3:53:58 PM (GMT-7)
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In Reply to: Help with New P75.... posted by Celstk855

Your machine isn't QUITE the same as mine (looks to be a shade older -- mine has a standard-size power supply case) but the mobo appears to be identical.

You should see a tiny DIP switch bank just to the top-left of the CPU, near the mobo edge. I think I can see it in two of your pix. Mine is layed out as follows:

L2 Cache configuration
SW -- 0 / 256 / 512kB
1 --- ON / OFF / OFF
2 --- NA / OFF / ON

Clear CMOS/Clear password
SW3 -- OFF/Normal, ON/Reset password
SW4 -- OFF/Normal, ON/Reset CMOS

Allow CMOS setup utility
SW5 -- OFF/Enabled, ON/Disabled

PCI Bus Speed
SW6 -- OFF = 2/3, ON = 1/2

CPU Clock setting
SW -- 75MHz / 90MHz / 100MHz
1 --- OFF / ON / OFF
2 --- OFF / OFF / ON

Near the back of the system board, you may notice a jumper block. This controls the recovery boot and ISA bus speed.

The pin order, looking at the system board from the front, is


The functions are:

1-2, recovery boot enable
1-3, normal operation

5-7, ISA bus speed = 1/8 (1/6 if open)

By the way, that chip labeled "S3 Trio64" is not part of your chipset, it is your on-board graphics controller. If using Windows 95, you may find it prudent to download the correct drivers rather than using the the Windows default drivers.

Good luck.

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