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post #11 of 18
Thread Starter 
Thanks, you've been very helpful already

I am not able to run prime as even thoguh the FSB 330 does not double reboot, I am not able to boot any furhter as my hard drives cannot be detected and just gets stuck in the black screen saying boot from CD(as only dvd rom is detected)


Please advise what i can do about this issue
post #12 of 18
Hmmm... reset your CMOS and start again.

Are you familiar with CMOS resetting?
post #13 of 18
Thread Starter 
I have reset my cmos many times. i turned off the PSU and then pull out the battery for 10 seconds. Put it back in, turn on psu and computer.
is that correct?
post #14 of 18
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Originally Posted by anumeric View Post

I have reset my cmos many times. i turned off the PSU and then pull out the battery for 10 seconds. Put it back in, turn on psu and computer.
is that correct?

Thats one way of doing it or...

You can 'short' the two CLR CMOS pins. Turn your power off, disconnect the power cable and place a metal screwdrive between the pins so they are touching. Count to 10 and your away.

480
post #15 of 18
Hi!

I also have this board. It seems that it have bug in setting PCIe clock. At least on my board with E4400 (FSB 200) when I set FSB 300 I need set manually PCI to 117 to get PCIe 100. I test real frequency in Win7 by ClockGet utility (set PLL to ICS 9PLRS587). Just Google for "ClockGet ".
post #16 of 18
Thread Starter 
Hi Voha,
Thanks for this very interesting information. I was wondering if you could set your FSB past 300 with the PCIe 117 settings. Because now i have set my computer to FSB 300 but i am having trouble going past that point.

Also could you tell me what version BIOS you are using?
thanks
post #17 of 18
BIOS is F10M, and actual PCIe frequency according to ClockGen (not ClockGet biggrin.gif) is 100.

I can set FSB up to 310, but it doesn't always boot, though I don't now what is the wall - CPU or MB.
post #18 of 18
Thread Starter 
I still have the problem with not being able to go past 300FSB. When i set it even a little past 300, the computer cannot detect my hard drives anymore and ask for me to insert disc.
Have you or anyone come across that problem before?
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