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post #21 of 26
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Highlight the cpu bus frequency setting in bios, use - key to drop value from 216 to 200 , then press f10 enter and live happily ever after smile.gif

If only it was that simple, tried it a million times. Didn't work this time either : /

When the computer came back on, the bus frequency was up at 205, I restarted the computer one more time without doing anything and then it was at 211.
post #22 of 26
Have you tried disabling cpu level up in bios?
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post #23 of 26
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I've quite litteraly tried every possible setting to fix this, yet nothing works.
I'm inclined to just give up. Was planning on upgrading my CPU/mobo soon anyways.

Unless someone suddenly has a moment of divine enlightenment and knows what might be the problem here. Although I doubt that redface.gif
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I've quite litteraly tried every possible setting to fix this, yet nothing works.
I'm inclined to just give up. Was planning on upgrading my CPU/mobo soon anyways.
Unless someone suddenly has a moment of divine enlightenment and knows what might be the problem here. Although I doubt that redface.gif

Have you tried taking the CPU out again and re-seating it?
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post #25 of 26
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Have you tried taking the CPU out again and re-seating it?

Yes, and it looked perfectly fine even though some of the pins were bent in different directions earlier.
It looked just like it should, couldn't see anything wrong with the mobo either.
post #26 of 26
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I'll just have to thank you two for the effort though, even if it's a bit late.

Cheers. thumb.gif
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