Is There Anybody Out There? Asus P2b
using the BETA 1013 BIOS but never could install XP on it. As far as supported processor speeds, it should run anything with a fsb of 100 mhz. 133 is sketchy, even though the board will go to 133 via jump config, i Is it possible to fit the jumpers requiered into this board? Changing the BIOS is a (relatively) easy process.Additionally, there is a motherboard revision number.
The latest non-beta is 1013. Why would you want to take a step down anyway?? AnandTech Forums: Technology, Hardware, Software, and Deals Home Forums > Hardware and Technology > Highly Technical > Welcome to the Ars OpenForum. The Multiplier is locked on the chip. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/is-there-anybody-out-there-asus-p2b.34800/
This indicates the revision of the BIOS (and only the BIOS). Highly Technical May 14, 2012 Shuckeroo Junior Member Joined: Oct 24, 2010 Messages: 3 Likes Received: 0 I know this is an old thread in computer age, but my husband brought Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders What's New? I downloaded the driver off of the ASUS web site along with the aflash.exe utillity.
deeseeel Seniorius Lurkius Registered: May 1, 2002Posts: 50 Posted: Wed Jul 24, 2002 7:03 pm Okay, I understand now.Did you try the newer asus BIOS (1013/1014beta) at their Germany FTP site? Is rev 1012B an upgrade for 1012? Is the revision more like a version number of the actual bios? thanks wisdom.
I'mrunningASLv4onthatmotherboard,butnoSMPcapabilities(dualP2-400s).Withv5,IaimtoupgradetodualP3-600sifIwillbenefitfromthedualCPUsetup. i think the only person who got that point said that it would likely boot for about 2 seconds and shut down. There were 4 - 128 meg sticks in it before. I don't think I'd run mine at 133fsb for a long time, so I would probably stick with a 100mhz fsb, and stick a maximum of p3 800mhz in there.
The motherboard supports bus settings up to that speed but are they stable. Trying to upgrade the ram on this mobo, and it won't recognize the second 512 stick of ram. if u do choose a slocket card, go for a name brand one like the ASUS one. I think that may resolve issues with larger hard drives.
Very old versions of the bios didn't support drives past a certain size (I think it was 8GB or something like that). Flash the bios to the P2B bios so you now have a clone of the origional bios chip. 5. Stay logged in Sign up now! FYI I have done the hot swap bios thing I mensioned above.
This borked his machine out something terrible. infinitwisdom01-25-03, 05:31 PMi dont know what gave you the idea that i have a p2b, perhaps the fact that i discussed someone else using my p3b-f bios on a p2b. Rick_01 0 7 Apr 2004 5:21 PM In reply to davidqdc: ForSMPyouneedanextralicense. Results 1 to 3 of 3 Thread: Max PIII on a ASUS P2B Tweet Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to
Boot your computer to a DOS prompt with the origional bios chip. 3. i forget why he used this teqnique, but it poses interesting possibilities for me. So I got a clean Western Digital hard drive and ran the EZ Install proggie that comes with it.
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http://www.asus.com.tw/Products/Motherboard/Pentiumpro/P2b/jumper.html Not sure it matters as voodoo's really don't use the agp bus. As long as your board revision is 1.12 or higher, the motherboard will support a coppermine (providing you update your BIOS to the lastest version). Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders What's New? hhannam, Mar 6, 2016, in forum: Hardware Replies: 1 Views: 389 hhannam Mar 7, 2016 Asus X550lc not turning on Postal291, Jan 31, 2017, in forum: Hardware Replies: 1 Views: 60
Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders What's New? If not, I think you might have to use another selection.Hope that helps. You really don't need anymore help getting it to crash do you?? It works like a charm.
I have also not had much luck with slocket cards, they work but arent that stable... however, i've got a question and i know that you guys are the best people to ask.i have the asus p2b motherboard and an inwin a600 (i think its a600, looks If you P2B is below revision 1.12, the only way it will support a coppermine is to use a sloket adaptor and a socket370 PIII. Should I change to a higher Rev number or is that a no-no?
thanks folks, wisdom. Any help/advice is much appreciated. #1 Thor86, Sep 20, 2001 Loading... Is there anybody out there?