Please, help me
. i have to replace the cpu, an athlon 1 Ghz (100 mhz), with an athlon xp-m 1700+ (133 Mhz), but Sony has locked by bios the fsb at 100 Mhz
, so new cpu runs at 1050 mhz (100x10,5) instead of 1400 (133x10,5). If i use cpufsb i can't go over 115 Mhz fsb because bios doesn't change the divisor. This cause that pci bus go over 40 mhz and agp over 80 and system crash!!!! But the pll, an ICS 9248-168, can go up till 150 mhz, by the specs that i found in internet, with all correct divisors. So, i must mod the bios to unlock fsb setting that, i presume, are located in Phoenix Bios Editor ---> BCP---> System ---> Speed switching options and Speed configuration, but are read-only.
Can someone helps me?
Thank you very much
PS: BIOS is a Phoenix v4 release 6 (Sony vers, R0121k5).