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i just assembled my computer and installed windows XP Professional! Less than 15 minutes ago I installed the drivers that came with the Abit IP35 Pro motherboard and installed Direct X, and Acrobat 8.0 and abit uGuru Utility.
However, an error occurred when I restarted my computer.
For some reason,
the Phoenix - AwardBIOS v6.00PG screen says this:
C1E BIOS Supported EM64T CPU
Memory Frequency For DDR2 666(Single Channel Mode)
CMOS Checksum Error - Defaults Loaded
What does this mean guys? It's really bugging me. The memory I have is rated at DDR2-800 and inside the Setup BIOS Screen it seems to be reading it as DDR2-800. However, I looked at the DDR2 Voltage and it was set at 1.8V. The Ram I have is rated at 2.2V I believe, should I bump this up or something? I am not interested in overclocking at the moment, I just want this CMOS CheckSum Error to go away.
By the way, I think I have the most updated BIOS, the date on the beginning screen says 09/06/2007
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