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Hmm i just Ran the OCCT it failed after 10mins - but the Orthos test goes for a couple hours no sweat
Hitoriko, if Gyro's suggestion doesn't help then you might of just reached the limit on your processor. If that is the case then trying bringing the reference clock (HTT) down a bit...maybe like 25-50Mhz and the continue to test.

The way I do my stability testing is usually I go with OCCT for 1 hour at High. If that passes then I go onto Orthos and do that for about 24 hrs with the Blend test (Priority 9). The higher the priority the more system resources the application uses.

Let us know

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Hitoriko, if Gyro's suggestion doesn't help then you might of just reached the limit on your processor. If that is the case then trying bringing the reference clock (HTT) down a bit...maybe like 25-50Mhz and the continue to test.

The way I do my stability testing is usually I go with OCCT for 1 hour at High. If that passes then I go onto Orthos and do that for about 24 hrs with the Blend test (Priority 9). The higher the priority the more system resources the application uses.

Let us know

Good luck
I agree that is really the way to go but personally I don't think My Max OC would pass those w/o crashing. That being said I can game and do everything I want w/o crashes at the same speed and voltage. Which is good enough for me.
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Guys, I flashed my BIOS to the newest one, and no matter what, my computer won't boot into Windows! Even at stock settings! This is getting frustrating, because I always figured updating BIOS was good for the system! What can I do?
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Guys, I flashed my BIOS to the newest one, and no matter what, my computer won't boot into Windows! Even at stock settings! This is getting frustrating, because I always figured updating BIOS was good for the system! What can I do?
as long as you can post and get into the bios you should be just fine if your not getting any checksum errors. You may need to make some adjustments for your new bios to work w/your older cpu or I would suggest flashing back to the older bios if you can't get it resolved. You can use the EZ Flash utility built into the bios for this as long as you have the original file on either a floppy disk or a usb thumb drive.

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as long as you can post and get into the bios you should be just fine if your not getting any checksum errors. You may need to make some adjustments for your new bios to work w/your older cpu or I would suggest flashing back to the older bios if you can't get it resolved. You can use the EZ Flash utility built into the bios for this as long as you have the original file on either a floppy disk or a usb thumb drive.

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I never backed up the original BIOS! It POST's just fine, no checksum error or anything of that nature. Going to try repairing Windows.
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does your bios detect your HDD. you may need to change the HDD boot device or type of HDD I.E. SATA or IDE
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does your bios detect your HDD. you may need to change the HDD boot device or type of HDD I.E. SATA or IDE
Yes, its set to boot from HDD first. I always set my HDD's as IDE, and never had a problem, and thats what it is at now

Edit- it doesn't even boot into safe mode
Edited by simfreak47 - 6/21/09 at 8:32pm
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does your bios detect your HDD.
did you answer yes to this?
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did you answer yes to this?
yes
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Edit- it doesn't even boot into safe mode
Simfreak47, what exactly is happening when the computer tries to load Windows? Are there any error messages?

Have tried N2Gaming's suggestion and reverted back to the previous BIOS?

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