Originally Posted by speedy2721
At first I tried raising to 220 and that worked. Then I tried 235 and a error message came up saying that I was missing a system 32 file and I had to put in the disc. Then I tried 250 and thats where it just reset itself a few times. I also didn't change anything else besides turning off speedstep and Control fan.
You are probably locking your FSB and RAM frequencies together and therefore are OC the RAM way past its current limits (if its 800, you probably have it at about 950 at that OC). You need to set the FSB:RAM to 1:1.25 or something to get it to its normal frequency