With that PC66 RAM, you aren't going to get much more speed out of your system. The most you're likely to get is 620MHz, meaning that you set your front side bus to 124, instead of the 100 it may be at. And that's not very likely.
You may also want to check that. Your system bus speed may be at 66 because of that RAM, which may be why your system runs slower.
What are your total system specs. Including how many Harddrives, CD drives, All the cards that are installed. Also how full are the Harddrives and when was the last time you ran Defrag?
>>1x 4.3gb (1gb free) 1x 10gb (4.5 gb free) both support UDMA 66.
>>1x LG 40x CD-ROM & Pioneer 6x DVD.
>>Ran defrag about 2 months ago.
And how old is your install of windows. did you do a fresh instal of windows after replacing the motherboard?
>>I rebuild my machine about 1 every month.
>>And yes it's a new installation of win98 SE
Also how much Ram is windows seeing. maybe if that PC66 Ram is really old you might not get 100MHZ out of it. Try removing the 66mhz ram and just using the PC100.
>>Windows sees it all, and the PC 66 Ram isn't that old about a year old
>>Tryed removing the RAM and still as slow
Another thing is how much stuff is in your startup file when windows starts?
>>Startup file is empty i have even taken away all the office stuff.
Do a CTRL-ALT-DEL to see how many programs are running at the same time.
>>Exproler & systray
Another question are you a Download junkie, IE you try alot of stuff of the web and never uninstall it? This will slow windoz to a 386 pace!
>> Yerr, but i do uninstall it.