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post #11 of 22
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Originally Posted by seven9st surfer View Post
i tried to reset my clocks, but the only way I can get into windows is in safe mode, and ATItool has all the buttons grayed out, so I can't do anything with the settings. I actually just uninstalled ATItool in safe mode, along with all its settings. Is there another way to tweak the clock settings?
like despardo said, id clear the cmos and reset the bios to defaults
post #12 of 22
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Just installed the latest drivers from nvidia 158.22 I think it was. No luck. Guess reseting the BIOS is the next step
post #13 of 22
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wow, that was frustrating. it finally took me removing the battery to fix it. thanks for all the help yall
post #14 of 22
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Ok, I can't get rid of this problem. If I reset my CMOS and take out the battery for a while, I can boot up and login no problem. However, it seems like if I change anything in the BIOS, I get BSOD after typing my password into windows login and pressing enter. It wasn't even anything major. I cleaned up a few "spread spectrum things, set my multiplier to 9 manually (was 9 automatically though), and that's about it. Now I get BSOD and have to reset CMOS again.

I'm about to flash my BIOS to P28 and see if that helps. Can anyone shed some light on this for me? It's really pissing me off that I can't change any BIOS options.
post #15 of 22
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shameless bump. i could really use some help with this one before i throw my box out the window in a fit of rage and regret it 2 seconds later...
post #16 of 22
try reinstalling windows >_>
post #17 of 22
reset the bios to fix a gpu oc? that's a strange suggestion.

my advice, and i know this works with the nvidia oc method, is hold down ctrl as windows is logging in, it should reset the clocks
post #18 of 22
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Well now I think my problem has expanded just across a bad GPU overclock. I flashed P28 BIOS and it BSOD'ed on me again. If I make the slightest change in the BIOS (changing the boot device order for example), I get BSOD trying to log into windows. It's kinda hard to overclock with this going on...
post #19 of 22
Afer the CMOS reset... did you manually set the memory voltage to stock?
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post #20 of 22
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No I didn't, and that's a very good point. Would undervolted memory cause this problem? I think the auto sets it to 1.8, and it should be at 2.1. How did I not think of that... Thanks Duckie, I'll give it a shot.
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