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post #21 of 31
just FYI. With my P5N-D I can get my E8400 up to 4.0 ghz. I also have a crappy chip. But yea OC'ing with this board wasn't really that much of a chore at all...
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post #22 of 31
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Ok i have been looking at the AsusTEK website and I found a Chipset for Vista 32bit
http://support.asus.com/download/dow...Language=en-us

Should I install this and see if it will help me
post #23 of 31
Thread Starter 
Ok I only a gamer i don't know where to find the battery and how to reset CMOS any help would be good
post #24 of 31
Sure you should always have the newest drivers out. I have all newest drivers for my board and even the beta BIOS which actually helped to increase my stable max OC a tad... I dont know if it will get rid of yer problem but it definitely cant hurt..
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post #25 of 31
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Ok I only a gamer i don't know where to find the battery and how to reset CMOS any help would be good
The battery is on the mobo and looks like a big watch battery. However, on our boards you dont need to pull the battery out. There is a little jumper explained in the manual that you have to move to the other side for a couple minutes. Look for resetting CMOS in manual and it will show you
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post #26 of 31
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Ok i'll install drivers
post #27 of 31
Ok well its time for work for me bro but when I get home later Ill check back to see if you have come up with anythng and see if I can think of anything today
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post #28 of 31
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Thnks bro
post #29 of 31
Ok, basically, it seems to me that, you just need to properly clear the CMOS, so either, use the jumper, or, take the motherboard battery out, for about a day, dont forget to unplug the power thought. It will mean having to set 'everything' up back again. But I had this problem with this board, and a ROG board, where the apparently CMOS clear button wasnt working properly. I dont think that you need a new motherboard.
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post #30 of 31
Voo has a valid point in recommending an extended battery removal.
Some Asus MBs are fussy and the quick 10 seconds recommended by most wont always clear the BIOS/CMOS. Sometimes it takes 10s of minutes to even over night... BTDT!
So perhaps your BIOS wasn't cleared properly when you flashed it.
    
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