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Hmm, unrelated, because I had a RAID prior to this, the computer won't boot. It keeps failing before I get into the operating system. Any idea how I can fix this... I'd rather not lose all of my data.
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Hmm, unrelated, because I had a RAID prior to this, the computer won't boot. It keeps failing before I get into the operating system. Any idea how I can fix this... I'd rather not lose all of my data.
Increaseing your PCIE Freq would corrupt all your data
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I didn't increase my PCIE Freq at all. I kept it at the default.
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I have the same Gigabyte board and same thing happened to me plenty of time during OC. No need to take the battery out, just short the jumper with a flat screw driver for a few seconds. It is in the manual.
    
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I didn't increase my PCIE Freq at all. I kept it at the default.
Okay, What settings are you using right now?
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post #26 of 28
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Right now everything is at default. After I took out the battery and put it back in I changed the OnChip SATA Type to RAID and set SATA Port4/5 Type to As SATA Type. My drive configuration was saved as being a RAID 0 configuration. I don't know why it keeps giving me 0x7B.
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Right now everything is at default. After I took out the battery and put it back in I changed the OnChip SATA Type to RAID and set SATA Port4/5 Type to As SATA Type. My drive configuration was saved as being a RAID 0 configuration. I don't know why it keeps giving me 0x7B.
Try searching the error code up on Google, Or it must be something to do in the BIOS
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post #28 of 28
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Its a driver issue with Windows. I loaded Ubuntu 10.10 from a CD so I can get all my data onto my 500GB external. I plan on fixing this later on. I think I might stick to 3.5GHz because that seems to be fast enough for now. I may bump this if I am feeling risky and want to overclock further again. Thanks guys!
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