You mention that you done some hardware changes....what hardware changes do you refer to? Why did you do that hardware changes?
What motherboard do you have?
i have an ASUS P4XP-X mother board i just changed bios battery and connected a another harddrive upon my current one
and thats connected to mother board with an 80 pin IDE cable and both of thats connected with same cable
You should be able to load the optimised defaults and that will set things correctly.
If you not changed the CPU, set any setting in the BIOS incorrectly, or accidentally shifted the heat sink. Then the heat that you feel should be the normal heat output from the processor.
yes it could help but i dont want to resolve this prob with trial and error method
im worry about to give a damage to cpu during this time
and more than i feeling i need to certain some knowledge about that digits meaning
i wondering is there a guide or manuel exist contains recommendation about the bios setting of a P4 2.6 ghz procoessor for efficiently and safely use
thanks for your interest
The optimised defaults option will set all the BIOS setting to the most suitable setting settings, for efficiency and saftey.
thanks for your helps