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Originally Posted by Hueristic View Post



SHWeeT, Sounds like your all set now! Boot disks rock, I couldn't live without um. I'll have to check that out my bartpe doesn't have copy/paste/merge partitions on it I use PM boot disks for that(and i don't think it has merge...i ferget).
I just remembered why I set up the drive w even sets of 10G partitions. Originally I was going to try to set up a tri boot system w 98,2k pro & xp pro x64. Any way that was then and this is now.

So far I have not been so lucky w/my attempts using this Parted Magic software. I still think it is one heck of an awesome tool worth looking into. I have tried all kinds of things. I don't think this Gparted has a merge tool either. Every time I try to copy and past using Gparted I end up wiping out the data that was there before the new paste. I almost had it. I mean I had my whole 74 gig raptor set up w/one partition w/all the files coppied from the 36G raptor but windows would only boot to the blue xp screen that says windows xp and it would hang there and not give me the log on screen. Arg.

Here is how the 36g raptor is set up.

A = Floppy Disk Drive
C = Primary Partition & Boot
D = CD/DVD-Rom
E = Windows folder and is part of the logical Extended partion
F = Other files and is part of the logical Extended partion

The problem I was having was when I transfered all the files from E over to C the boot file was incorrect becuase it was use to having windows on partition # 2 so I changed it to Patition 0 and that did not work. I guess that Windows has to boot from a partition number other then 0. So I set the boot windows partition to 1 and it seemed as if it was all good but that is when it hung on the blue windows xp screen.

That was the update I promissed. Now if I can only beat the system instead of the system beating me.
Edited by N2Gaming - 4/9/09 at 1:22pm
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Rammunition, I've added you the roster. Welcome aboard
thanks dude
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Ramm, Im not sure what the PLL settings do to tell you honestly as I never use software to OC, only BIOS. I believe it has something to do with the RAM if I'm not mistaken. But what exactly, no idea.

Im sure Hueristic will be able to help you out when he shows up, or finds his KB that he's constantly losing

Good Luck.
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thanks for the sfotware, though im stuck on clockgen with the PLL settings. my 939 mobo is a MSI RS480M2 and cant find anything on google
Rammunition, is this PLL listed (ICS951412)? This should be the one for the RS480M2.

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Rammunition, is this PLL listed (ICS951412)? This should be the one for the RS480M2.

Good luck
yes, thanks, will do some overcloking and post screeny's, though i also found a software called msi core center, i thinks its for the CPU
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here is a overclock screeny



everything seem ok??

i tried pushing the PLL control level thing one higher on clockgen to 2.7ghz and the screen went all pink with stripes. i had to swtich my computer off via mains
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Rammunition, your PCI-E clock speed seems a little high. Are you able to lock that down so that it stays around 100mhz? For S939, you might run into stability issues with an HT (hypertransport) speed above 1100Mhz. I always like to keep mine at or below 1000mhz. However there have been exceptions where I've seen it above 1100mhz. There is hardly any benefit though...

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The reason why your screen went all funny is because you are overclocking your PCI and PCIe lanes as well. That's why software overclocking is generally a no go....you NEVER want to overclock the PCI and PCIe lanes. However, there is no way (I can see) that you'll damage anything where you've got it in those screenshots. Run some stability tests and make sure....but those settings look fine to me.
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Rammunition, your PCI-E clock speed seems a little high. Are you able to lock that down so that it stays around 100mhz? For S939, you might run into stability issues with an HT (hypertransport) speed above 1100Mhz. I always like to keep mine at or below 1000mhz. However there have been exceptions where I've seen it above 1100mhz. There is hardly any benefit though...

Good luck
when i change the PLL control down so the PCI-E is 100, the CPU is then 2.4, meaning its back on stock.

also i don't have a GPU........yet. im using onboard graphics, so it shouldn't be a problem?
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The reason why your screen went all funny is because you are overclocking your PCI and PCIe lanes as well. That's why software overclocking is generally a no go....you NEVER want to overclock the PCI and PCIe lanes. However, there is no way (I can see) that you'll damage anything where you've got it in those screenshots. Run some stability tests and make sure....but those settings look fine to me.
what sort of software should i run?
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