yeah i used clock gen... didnt have a good experiance i set the settings from 2.8ghz to 2.9... and beep boom the computer went down........... yeah im never using a software overclock .... mehhhh need a modded bios than ill feel a bit safer with overclocking :\\
First unplug the power cord or flick the switch on the back of the power supply if you have one. Next hit your power button to remove all the stored up energy. Since you don't know about your Cmos jumper, just take out the battery and leave it out for 1-10 minutes. Place the battery back in and plug the computer back in or switch the psu again and turn it back on.
EDIT: to use this jumper simply short the pins as it says, easily done with a spare hard drive jumper or if nothing else a small piece of metal (flat head screwdriver?) turn on the computer (while pins are shorted) and then unshort the pins, once the pins are unshorted the computer will turn on. then go back into bios and try again =)
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