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Thread: Problem with 870 Extreme3 and Dr.Debug code




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    Exclamation Problem with 870 Extreme3 and Dr.Debug code

    Hello..i have a motherboard asrock 870 extreme3 and amd phenom x2 555 series cpu!My motherboard have the utility to unlock 2 more cores at this cpu, when i unlock the cores the computer start normaly but when i shutdown on the Dr.Debug apears the code "05" and the computers doesnt turn off.I have the manual and i see the problem but i dont know what to do!!Anyone who knows what cak i do with this problem? thanks!!!!!

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    Default Re: Problem with 870 Extreme3 and Dr.Debug code

    Hey, that error code has to do with the CPU. More specifically, interrupt control register is a hardware register in a computer chip used to configure the chip to generate interrupts—to raise a signal on an interrupt line—in response to some event occurring within the chip or a circuit connected to the chip.

    Basically, what that means is that you unlocked a unstable core! Unfortunately, even if you are able to unlock a core, it may not function properly. Just turn off UCC (the unlocking feature) and you will have a perfectly fine phenom II x2.

    I have the same chip and can overclock mine to 4Ghz easy!

    Good Luck!
    Phenom II x4 955 BE @3.63Ghz
    870 extreme3 mobo
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    Default Re: Problem with 870 Extreme3 and Dr.Debug code

    thank you very much my friend!!i bilieve that was a problem with the motherboard...not with cpu!!!but its ok!!thanks again for your time!!!

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