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Help with intel bios

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Hi guys i tried to overclock my cpu using software with bad results, my bios now doesnt really have any folders and my sound does not work... ive installed the latest intel bios drivers and i still have no submenus in my bios menu, all i can see is floppy disk, my dvd/cd rw drive and about 1 or 2 other things, please someone help with this problem it would be very appreciated. I have a Intel DG965RY motherboard and if anyone can also tell me how to reset the cmos that would be greatly appreciated.
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Intel Core i7-860 Lynnfield 2.8GHz EVGA P55 SLI 132-LF-E655-KR evga 9800 GT 1gb OCZGold 6GB(3 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 1600(PC312800) 
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If I remember right most intel boards dont have any ocing options. The badax was one of the first that allowed ocing for intel boards. You may be out of luck if you want to oc.
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Yeah, you're not going to have much success with that board and overclocking. I looked it up online and checked out the manual and it's just not a player in the overclocking game.

To reset your BIOS, pull the CMOS battery (looks like a watch battery) and wait a minute or two, then put the battery back in. Enjoy your stock performance while you save up for a real overclocking board.
    
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Q6700 @ 333x10 (1.32v) Intel D975XBX2 rev.506 Sapphire HD 4850X2 2GB 2x2GB Patriot DDR2-1000 
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1TB Black, 3x WD500, 1x SG1500 Asus 1814DL XP, 7x64 + 45 VMs BenQ FP222WH 1680x1050 
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Q6700 @ 333x10 (1.32v) Intel D975XBX2 rev.506 Sapphire HD 4850X2 2GB 2x2GB Patriot DDR2-1000 
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1TB Black, 3x WD500, 1x SG1500 Asus 1814DL XP, 7x64 + 45 VMs BenQ FP222WH 1680x1050 
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Saitek Eclipse II SilverStone ST1000 Antec Nine Hundred Saitek GM3200 
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