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No, I reset CMOS with the jumper. Would taking out the battery be any different?
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I think you corrupted windows. It happened to me quite a bit. After numerous restarts my windows started to slow down on boots. Then error messages came up about corrupted files or something close to that. I'd say run a chkdsk, or use the windows installation disk to run the diagnostic thing.
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Just reset your bios
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If you take the battery out you can rest assured that it will clear your cmos just in case the jumpers didn't work.
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How high did you actually push the voltage?

I can't see you having hurt the chip itself doing what you did but the board may not have liked it. I see uncooled VRMs on that board, couple that with a wimpy 3+1 phase design and you have a recipe for motherboard failure.

Definitely not a board made for overclocking Thubans.
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If resetting the BIOS didn't work then reinstall windows
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post #17 of 49
Quote:
Originally Posted by Scaevola View Post
Hey there overclockers.
I recently tried overclocking my 1100T, being as cautious as possible. Once I found the max multiplier (the one where the OS won't boot. I believe it was 19.5), i started upping the voltage to stabilize it. Unfortunately, my Windows has never booted again. It never gets past the "Starting Windows" screen. The little flag doesn't even show up. I tried everything I possibly could, but to no avail. I stuck the hard drive in another computer and it worked fine, so that wasn't the problem. I reverted all the CPU settings back to default. I configured all the RAM timings to manufacturer settings. I switched out the PSU (some people said that worked for them). I took out all nonessential components, trying them one at a time. Tried one stick of RAM at a time. Nothing works. It never gets past that "Starting Windows" screen. BIOS still shows my CPU specs, so I'm assuming it's not dead... is it? I just really have no idea what else I can do other than buy a new cpu (which I would rather not. They're quite expensive.). Anyone have ANY ideas?
Clearing CMOS should fix it and I can tell you the settings in the BIOS got borked. Resetting things should solve the no-boot problem.
Be careful with that Thuban, more than likely what happened is core temps spiked and it crashed while booting. I've had this exact same thing happen with my 1100T several times since I've had it but as suggested a BIOS reset normally fixes the problem.
As a possible suggestion based on what my 1100T will do, if wanting to use a 19.5X multi, try 1.45v's and see if it will bootup. I don't really know what voltage you're giving the CPU but these newer chips are very efficient vs older chips and normally don't need a ton of volts to work. My chip will boot with a 20X multi with the suggested voltage so it may work for you and possibly prevent this from happening again.

EDIT: One of the posts above this one stated you may have borked your OS install and I've had that happen once or twice as well. If nothing else seems to work, you'll have to do that.
Edited by Kryton - 10/11/11 at 4:59pm
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post #18 of 49
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Yea, I reinstalled Windows when I stuck the hard drive in the other computer.
I updated my system specs, so maybe that should help you guys out.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by blackbalt89 View Post
How high did you actually push the voltage?

I can't see you having hurt the chip itself doing what you did but the board may not have liked it. I see uncooled VRMs on that board, couple that with a wimpy 3+1 phase design and you have a recipe for motherboard failure.

Definitely not a board made for overclocking Thubans.
Ouch - this.
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post #20 of 49
Swap the power supply with a known good unit.
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