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Jumper Position on 486 DX mother board

By karenbeets ·
I have recently upped the mhz on a computer from 33 mhz to 66mhz. Could you tell me what the jumper positon should be. And also could you please tell me why it is slow now. I have downloaded on to this computer windows 95 with extra memory ( it is now holding 20megabites of ram).
Thank you
Karen

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It depends on the kind of motherboard - what brand is it?

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by tuqan In reply to Jumper Position on 486 DX ...

I am not sure as to why you are still using such antiquated equipment as described here but Win9x is a memory hog and you do not have either the processor speed or memory to make it run smoothly or quickly. I'm afraid to ask what your hard disk sizeis but you will have to have twice the free space of your existing memory in order to prevent Windows from locking up as it accesses it's Swap file.

If it's a question of economics I will forward you free of charge a 133 MHZ processor /w 256k cache and all the Simm chips you can put in that thing. Email me.

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