Originally Posted by Decoman
I see no less than three boot screen logos when booting (assuming it boots up thrice before loading windows), though I have been thinking that I could "solve" this by changing the bios to "keep current" with regard to some EPROM setting, instead of "force bios".
I wonder if your machine simply has the same behaviour as me, doing dual or perhaps tripple boot (my asumption, could be wrong about this). I guess, it is fair to assume that the "keep current" setting might not be safe with all scenarious. To be honest I know too little about this, but I want to be helpful, so what I wrote is perhaps of use somehow.
sometimes there are two loops, sometimes 5 loops..
what is "keep current" setting? i couldn't find it in the bios
Originally Posted by Schmuckley
a) disable splash screen
b)do NOT overclock via bclck
ehh..read this guide..I'm thinking you may not have the power limits set high enough
I enable pll overvoltage....then change the amount from auto to .004-.020..that way it won't juice your cpu too much
what is splash screen?
i didnt touch bclck
i couldnt find an option the change power limits
i cant change the amount of pll overvoltage. i can only choose from enable, disable, and auto