Still no luck finding replacement PLL chip for the i9200.
Perhaps there is another way that is much simpler, and safe!
Jumping pins on the CPU.
Actually, you add tiny jumper wires into the CPU socket, then place CPU in socket.
With AMD Mobile CPU's, this has been a common practice, as Bios does not correctly see multiplier. We add the jumpers that determine the multiplier we want to use, and done. It then works at that chosen speed.
If we could simply raise the multiplier on the CPU itself (by adding jumpers to socket), this would keep the FSB correct, yet still give us all plenty of overclocking room.
Possible? I am not familiar with Intel's, but even if I was, the Pentium M may be different than other Intel's such as P4's, just like the AMD mobile is different from Sempron.
Don't give up.
(BTW, I also overclocked my van by removing it's 305 and replacing it with a '70 455 stage 1. Have the need for speed).