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I am trying to install an evergreen spectra 400 cpu upgrade on my packard bell legend pentium 120 computer.
64 megs of ram. the instructions for the spectra tell me to set jumpers 1 thru 6 in a particular way. However, I can find no jumpers 1-6 on my board. My MB is an intel hillary with daughterboard (which the sound/modem ISA card) plugs into. Any ideas on where my jumpers should be?

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rcloyd
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by:Kingsize
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Hehe.  Bet you're having fun with that.  Where did you get that spectra from?

Does this help?
http://www.uktsupport.co.uk/pb/mb/683.htm
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The jumpers should be just underneath that "feature connector" did you find them?
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by:JerMe
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Hey I did that a while back!  You can set the speeds to "fast", "faster", and "fastest", right? 3 speeds? But beware... my old system wasn't stable with the fastest setting...

check under that daughterboard you refer to, I think it was there.. should be 3 pairs of pins, with markings.
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