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Posted on 1998-06-21
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i have an intel m/b it is comparable to the morrison with advancedm/n but with one major difference it has a#7 socket and will support up to a 166 pentium processor what i need is the jumper setting to install 166 pentium processor
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Since your Not sure Excatly what board it is Write down your Bios # right after your system boots. Check the number with the Bios List at the following page. (Intructions for finding Bios # is at this link as well)

http://www.ping.be/bios/

The go to Intel's Page at the following link. They have a listing of Boards, Specifications and Images of the boards as well. You should find the Proper Jumper settings within here -

http://www.x86.org/intel.doc/IntelMotherBoards.html

Hope this Helps,
Craig
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