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Level 2 Cache Size

Some systems have a specific setting you must change to indicate how much level 2 cache you have on your board. Most newer boards do not have this setting and instead the hardware automatically detects how much level 2 cache you have. If you have this setting in your setup program, make sure it is correct.

Note: This setting will not be present on Pentium Pro or Pentium II motherboards, since these chips use integrated level 2 cache, not cache on the motherboard.

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