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CPU boots Slow some of the time

Not consistently, but often now, my PC boots at a speed of
41 mHz, even though everything else is fine besides running
1/4 speed. PC is a SuperMicro P55CM with an Intel 166 P-MMX
overdrive in the P54CT, AmiBios of 7-15-95, Hercules Stingray 128/3D, 2 HD's, Monster Sound PCI, NIC PCI, a ZIP,
etc. Any specific ideas on how to process in the most efficient way will be appreciated. Thanks. EHB
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ryansCommented:
Run a new virus scan from a clean boot.  I had this problem in an office where a virus messed with CMOS/BIOS and cause the intermitant inconsistancy.
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waynebCommented:
It can have something to do with the processor overheating and shutting down, make sure in the bios power management that you disable it and see if this helps.  Many motherboards will cut the speed of the processor in case of overheating, the bios handles this if you have tx board or simular, the overdrive has built in overheating protection and will shut it self down in the event of over heating.
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PenfoldCommented:
I had the same Problem after installing an Overdrive. The processor was overheating so I changed the fan to more a powerful one and this solved it.
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ggunningCommented:
As the problem occurs right at the of boot up it might not be an over heating problem.
It could be that you have a loose jumper on your bord!!
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danpaul091498Commented:
In some processors that overheat they will automatically drop down to a mjultiplcation factor of one.I think either heat or a virus could be a possiblitiy.
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