Hmmm...there is no Sempron
3200+...what you have sounds like an Athlon XP
Unless you have one of those rare OEM-only versions, a normal Athlon XP 3200+ runs at 2.2GHz with a 200MHz FSB (400MHz effectively).
Try setting your FSB (Frontsidebus, aka 'CPU External clock'
both in BIOS and via jumper on your motherboard (refer to your manual for details).
Also, make sure your multiplier ('ratio'
is set to 'auto'/'default' in BIOS - your memory frequency('DRAM clock'
should be set to '100%' or 'synch' (or 200MHz/DDR400); memory timings should be set to 'by SPD' or 'auto'.
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