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SpeedEasy motherboard will not run Celeron 300

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I just recieved a SpeedEasy motherboard P61440LX/ATX legend 1 from a friend which was working satisfactory when a Pentium II 300MHz processor was installed. But after installing a Celeron 300MHZ processor the system begins to boot then hangs diplaying the CPU speed at 225MHZ. This is a jumperless board with auto CPU detection.
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try getting a bios update from the manufacturer
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