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I have the same bios as you, and i THINK you CAN overclock that processor, what you want to do is when youstart your computer press F2 or Esc like 5 times, then it will go into the bios should be grey with i think blue or black text, use the arrow keys to navagate to the memory and cpu catgories, raise the fsb little by little and keep restarting to see if it is stable.
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dude i went into memory config changed to 640 mhz now it beeps 3 times and doenstn turn on!
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You set your memory speed too high, open up your case and find the CMOS battery and take it out for 10 minutes, after 10 minutes put it back in. You have just cleared your CMOS and reverted all CMOS (BIOS) settings to the factory defaults, the next time you boot up you will have to go into BIOS and set all the settings to the appropriate values for your hardware.
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ok, but what is CMOS? im very new to this stuff, pic would also be perfierable.
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and also, what state of power should it be in when taken out?, disconnected from power, connected but not turned on, or turned on?
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DEFINATELY NOT CONNECTED to power. At all when working inside a computer. No matter WHAR it is, ALWAYS take the power plug out if you are gonna work inside it.
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alright so ill disconnect and take out the cmos battery, wait about 10 minuts and then put back in and start back up right?
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Originally Posted by johan1391
alright so ill disconnect and take out the cmos battery, wait about 10 minuts and then put back in and start back up right?
Yes. It only takes a few seconds to clear the CMOS. As long as you have no power going to the system when you start working in it you should be fine. A little trick I always do after flipping the switch on the PSU is to hit the power button just to drain any left over power. Your light should flicker on and off pretty quick which is telling you that the power has been drained out of the system.
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post #19 of 57
Actually I take my CMOS battery out while its running but thats just cause I'm reckless like that, I hardly ever even bother to shut down my PC when working on it, let alone disconnect it.
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Originally Posted by Remonster
Actually I take my CMOS battery out while its running but thats just cause I'm reckless like that, I hardly ever even bother to shut down my PC when working on it, let alone disconnect it.
I hope nobody takes that serious. Thats just wrong, you sir are a bad person..
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