Re: Asus P2B-AE (Sony OEM) - Any ideas??

Re: Asus P2B-AE (Sony OEM) - Any ideas??

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Posted by David P on March 27, 2002 at 11:41:57:

In Reply to: Re: Asus P2B-AE (Sony OEM) - Any ideas?? posted by Hugh Fletcher on January 12, 2002 at 00:58:59:

I found a BIOS upgrade for Japeness Version of VAIO which uses P2B-AE boards.

Any one game enought to try out?

: Did you have any luck? I am trying to do same thing, only my processor is a Celeron 466.

: : I am interested in changing the processor in my Vaio PCV-R547DS form a 600mhz(coppermine) to a 1.0gig. Sony says the motherboard in this machine is a ASUS P2B-AE.

: : The Sony data base says that I can replace the processor with any Pentium II of Pentium III, slot 1, 66-100mhz bus. The processor will set the BIOS for clock speed automatically.

: : On the ASUS sight all the ASUS P2B type processors need to have jumper/dip set to change clock speeds. (???)

: : The P3B type board has an auto detect feature for the clock speed that also includes the P3B-1394 board.

: : Looking at the spec's and the physical arrangement of the board it sure looks like the motherboard in my Vaio PCV-R547DS is a P3B-1394.

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