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Bad_Pool_header error???

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K I got this Blue screen error Bad_pool_header error after trying overclocking just my CPU from 1.8 Ghz to 2GHz. I have a 680i mobo with p32 Bois. I tryed 2.1Ghz..no error but got into windows and it just dead froze. Did that from 2-2.8 Ghz(just want to see if did it on every clock) SO now I cant oc my cpu at all. Something is screwy here, anybody have any ideas?

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make sure you are unlinked and set bios to default settings.

start fresh .. even try removal of cmos battery.


then start from stage 1

i had a similar prob once .. the board is just finiky sometimes
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As Dane said, make sure that the clocks are UNlinked. Make sure that your not trying to run your RAM at 1400 with a multiplier when you have DDR2 8500.... LOL, ive done it (accident of course). Most of the BSOD's Iv'e encountered have been ram related. Make sure your ram timings are loose, and your running the proper voltage, check your MOBO specs for the stock Voltage, and check your ram for what it needs to run, some boards defaulty supply -.1v less then is needed to run the ram.

Also, check to see if you have the latest BIOS for your board, and flash as needed, search around and see what users for your board say in terms of a good BIOS revision.
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