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Removing a leg from P2 prosessor!

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Wich leg should I remove if/when I want to disable P2 prosessor's automatic checking system about mainboards bus-speeds (66MHz - 100MHz). Believe me, it's possible to do.
It could be that the "leg" is something else little gizmo on P2 prosessor wich can be removed.
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You don't remove a leg...  You cover up the B21 pin on the PII in order to disable the FSB check.  Details and instruction can be find here:

http://www.tomshardware.com/Celeronto100.html
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