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Tried overclocking, wont boot anymore

post #1 of 31
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Guys.. I think I messed up, badly. I tried 44x100 @ 1.2v and now it won't boot anymore. I can't get into the bios. I tried the clear cmos button, still nothing. I hit F2 on post and its now been 'entering setup' for a while. There's an 'A2' in the bottom right corner, its been sruck on that for most of my reboot tries, though I have seen it stuck on a 'c6' as well.

Help!
post #2 of 31
Take out the battery on your mobo and unplug your power supply for a minute. After, put the battery back in and plug the power back in and you should be good to go.
post #3 of 31
1.2v sounds like a lot, but try the above first.
post #4 of 31
It is near impossible to damage your system by pulling out the cmos battery. Just touch the power supply before you proceed to rid any static electricity and you will be fine. Dont worry, we all have gone through this as overclockers.
post #5 of 31
reset the cmos thumb.gif

You could also try just upping the voltage or lowering the multi Some ivy chips just cant do 4.4Ghz... frown.gif
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post #6 of 31
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Originally Posted by S1L3Nt View Post

It is near impossible to damage your system by pulling out the cmos battery. Just touch the power supply before you proceed to rid any static electricity and you will be fine. Dont worry, we all have gone through this as overclockers.

allright, Ill try.
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reset the cmos thumb.gif
You could also try just upping the voltage or lowering the multi Some ivy chips just cant do 4.4Ghz... frown.gif

Clear cmos button doesnt work

I cant just change the multi or voltage.. I cant get in the bios. Did you even read the thread?
post #7 of 31
Thread Starter 
Took it out, didnt work. Should I have it out for a long time?
post #8 of 31
unplug the power cord to the supply and take out the battery for 1 minute.
post #9 of 31
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Originally Posted by S1L3Nt View Post

unplug the power cord to the supply and take out the battery for 1 minute.

The cord was out.
post #10 of 31
Quote:
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unplug the power cord to the supply and take out the battery for 5 minutes.
there, fixed that for you.
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