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have been searching for a while and cant seem to find the stock vcore, pll, vtt, etc were. I am leaving town for 3 months and the girlfriend will be using my computer and i dont want to leave any chance for errors leaving it at 4.1 since she has NOOOOO idea what to do. thanks

Also this may not be on topic, but my dvd burner all of a sudden stopped working. the power cable worked its way out and after plugging back in, it will not read or recognize disks. any idea on what to do? i took it out of my dell xps 8000 so am unsure of the brand and cannot install the stock driver from the disk.
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have been searching for a while and cant seem to find the stock vcore, pll, vtt, etc were. I am leaving town for 3 months and the girlfriend will be using my computer and i dont want to leave any chance for errors leaving it at 4.1 since she has NOOOOO idea what to do. thanks

Also this may not be on topic, but my dvd burner all of a sudden stopped working. the power cable worked its way out and after plugging back in, it will not read or recognize disks. any idea on what to do? i took it out of my dell xps 8000 so am unsure of the brand and cannot install the stock driver from the disk.
Reset the BIOS.

Also, try another SATA port.
    
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If you can save your OC profile, do so and clear the bios back to stock setting or default. As for the optical drive, some times if the power is pulled out and inserted when the PC is on, it may blow it. Can't say for sure, but it happened to me on an older IDE optical drive.
     
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