I would like to say hello to all and hope that I can write this clearly and understandbly. I purchased an Acer Aspire T130 3 years ago (AMD Athlon 64 3200+), and due to a finicky hard drive, after about 1.5 years formatted it. Before I formatted however, I noticed it was running at 2.4GHz, yet after formatting it reads at 2.0 GHz, so obviously it was overclocked. Now, before I go much further, I have made some upgrades: PSU was 200W and is now 400W. Went from 512MBs DDR RAM to 1GB DDR RAM (2x512MBs...only 2 slots for RAM, max is 2GBs). Came with Seagate 120GB hard drive, using it as a slave, master is now Western Digital 250GB. Video card crapped out last week, can't remember exact model but it was an ATI Radeon 128MB (AGP) and now have ATI Radeon 9550 256MB (AGP). I'm fairly certain that's all I have added so far (the next PC I get I would prefer to build myself). Anywho, my question is this: After reading the simple overclocking guide, I went into my BIOS to try, in small increments, to overclock the CPU, however, in any category there is no option to change the CPU setting, in frequency there are only two options available and they only allow me to enable/disable, does this mean my bios is locked, and if so, how can I unlock it to enable overclocking (Phoenix-AwardBIOS v6.00PG)? Thanx in advance for any help.