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that actually is a reset CMOS that i took a picture of. I'm not actually sure how to change the v-core voltage. do i use a utility for that on xp?

Yes. I have tested at stock speeds. That is when it won't even run xp for more than a minute.

How would i loosen the timings?

Sorry for all the questions, but i appreciate the help VERY MUCH!! This BSOD stuff is literelly driving me insane!
post #12 of 18
You should be able to set the overclock navigator to manual. This should change all the fields from gray to white and allow you to change them.

I would set the voltage to stock (1.35v). It looks like it is called "CPU Voltage regulator". The RAM timings should be under DRAM configuration. You should be able to leave the timings on auto and just worry about the divider. the divider can be shown a few different ways. What you are looking for is is a setting that will run them at one step blow their rated speed. (so, DDR 400 would be set to DDR 333)

Also, I noticed you are using 4 sticks of RAM. Have you tried 2? AMD's can be very picky with all RAM slots full as the RAM contrloller is integrated. Pull 2 sticks until you get this thing stable and figured out.
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post #13 of 18
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*opps* and i will give those instrusctions a try thanks!
post #14 of 18
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I tried running the cpu at 3.5v and 3.0v with only 2 sticks of RAM with the same crash as before.

In dram configuration, however, im not sure what settings to change...

post #15 of 18
change your timing there from auto to manual, and for starters change your cas latency to 3.
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things gone bad to worse... i was updating the bios on the mobo in xp and &%@# it up. There is now no bios on screen... integrated graphics showing nothing. no diogonistic beeps. even when stripped down. im guessing i need a new mobo. im gonna buy today, so i need suggestions! lol

my find is here- http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813135079

my cpu is an dual core amd opteron 175 socket 939.
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I suggest goin on ebay and lookin for an ASUS A8N-SLI Deluxe or something, Elitegroup is not a very good brand.
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i got an ASUS A8N-SLI Premium, and my problems are gone!! thanks!!
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