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Originally Posted by TaiDinh View Post
Reset CMOS - This will clear your BIOS and put it back into factory default.
1. Locate a circular silver battery on your motherboard.
2. Remove that battery
3. Let it sit there without the battery for minute or longer
4. Put back in the battery and boot back up.

See if this helps.
If you know where the CMOS Jumper pins are, or have your motherboard manual around that labels it, it would be a lot easier than waiting for the capacitors to discharge (not to mention shorter).

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You probably set your RAM for something they could not handle. That will usually lock up the POST and not allow you in windows...A low vcore will usually start to load windows and then restart.
This is true. Try a divider also.

I always liked to back down the RAM w/ divider to find the max I could get CPU at. Then find the same w/ RAM. Then I just found an even middle point.
    
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post #12 of 23
yes...but lets keep going...more than likely, your RAM is not getting enough voltage on the auto setting.

Try these:
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FSB- 300mhz
DDR- 900mhz
PCIE-freq- 100mhz
vcore- 1.34v
FSB Term- 1.3v
NB- 1.3v
SB- 1.5v
ICH or chipset voltage- 1.02v

DONT forget to set your RAM timings manually, use the following.

4-4-4-12-4-20-8-9-9-9 with 2.25v..[it should show 2.2v in windows, after vdroop]

If that doesnt boot up..we have issues.
post #13 of 23
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Well, I loaded the factory safe defaults and it still does the same thing. When I boot up, I get the bios screen and then I go to a black screen and theres a white dash ( ---> - <--- like that ) that just flickers for 2 - 3 seconds and the screen goes black, but stays like a whitish tint black.
post #14 of 23
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Well, I loaded the factory safe defaults and it still does the same thing. When I boot up, I get the bios screen and then I go to a black screen and theres a white dash ( ---> - <--- like that ) that just flickers for 2 - 3 seconds and the screen goes black, but stays like a whitish tint black.
It reset and now it needs to find your HDD...just go into BIOS and change the boot sequence...thats all!
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Wow men hold on, I am on stock right now running at 3.0GHz, stock means 1.2v vCore, 1.2v FSB, rock stable. You are going to burn your CPU with such high vCore for this overclock.
    
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It was doing that before when I had that overclock up. What should be first to boot, the HD or the DVD/CD?
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It was doing that before when I had that overclock up. What should be first to boot, the HD or the DVD/CD?
Hard Drive

Change to DVD/CD to first boot if you are going to reformat or anything like that.
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post #18 of 23
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Yea, something else is the problem. It still won't boot. I get that stupid white dash that flickers and then it goes away.
post #19 of 23
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Wow men hold on, I am on stock right now running at 3.0GHz, stock means 1.2v vCore, 1.2v FSB, rock stable. You are going to burn your CPU with such high vCore for this overclock.
1.34v...high...are you high? 1.6v is high...1.35v is still within Intel spec for recommended vcore. And your not at stock if your at 3ghz...but I understand what your saying. A 1.2 FSB Term voltage is fine...for a while..but since he was already past 380mhz FSB..I figured we will start with FSB Term at 1.3v an then just scale the FSB up. That hardly risking 'blowing up something'! I run my e6700 at 1.57vcore, 475mhz FSB at 3.8ghz daily...its my main folding rig and does NOT ever get shut off. Thats also using 1.45v for FSB Term, 1.65v for the NB and 1.8v for the SB...so I'd say, we should be 'in the clear' for a measly 300mhz...mmk?

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It was doing that before when I had that overclock up. What should be first to boot, the HD or the DVD/CD?
I use the HDD to boot first...you can always change it if you need to boot from a cd/dvd
post #20 of 23
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Yea, something else is the problem. It still won't boot. I get that stupid white dash that flickers and then it goes away.
Double check your HDD for power, then make sure that your BIOS is 'seeing' your HDD. If it does, then try upping your PCI-e freq to 105mhz, just for one restart...that should show us if its a pcie-lock issue...but i doubt it, your fsb is too low.
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