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post #11 of 16
i'm running F11
maybe u should update your bios
be careful though
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post #12 of 16
The same thing just happened to me, your overclock is too aggresive and has booted to last known good. When you hit F10 to save to bios did the machine temporarily shut down then restart for a second then temporarily shut down then boot, Think it's just a safety thing to stop a bad overclock
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post #13 of 16
I don't really like the F11 bios that much because the version seems a little unstable, but for suggestions i recommend downgrading to the F10 bios and overclocking from there. F11 has nothing new that F10 doesn't have, all it does is fix misread voltage readings, and may create unstable overclocks. BIOS UPDATE FIRST TO F10 BEFORE OVERCLOCKING ANYMORE PLEASE...STABILTY REASONS
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http://www.hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1174602
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Thanks for all the help so far but the problem isn't that my system isn't stable. It is that any changes I make to my default speed of 266 isnt recognize by POST, windows, cpu-z , HWMonitor, or coretemp.
post #15 of 16
Try upping the FSB by only maybe 5 MHz, and leave all other settings at stock and tell us if it works.
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post #16 of 16
you need to put bios to stock settings, then pull out the battery, and pull the power plug. wait a minute or 2, allow the board to discharge. then put battery and power plug back in, then o/c, you should be fine then. this is a common prob with these boards.
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