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The topic title says it all. I have a LanParty Canterwood motherboard with Intel 2.8 ghz cpu and a gig of pc3200 ram. When I overclock the FSB to 229 (so that the cpu is running at 3.2 ghz) and boot into windows, the hardware manager says it found a new PCI modem installed although I have no modem, PCI or otherwise. It goes away when I reduce the clock speed back down to default. I have encountered no other problems while overclocking, no freezeing etc. What is going on here?
 

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Originally Posted by NoAffinity
In BIOS, in the "Genie BIOS setup" menu, set 'AGP/PCI/SATA' to '66/33/100'.
yeah, that is one of the biggest problems people encounter when o/cing. forgetting to lock the agp/pci freq can cause alot of system problems
 

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Originally Posted by AkXb70
yeah, that is one of the biggest problems people encounter when o/cing. forgetting to lock the agp/pci freq can cause alot of system problems
oh, my bios lists that setting as set to "default" which I figured locked it. Thanks.
 
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