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    Hi all, I updated windows 7 yesterday on my MSI H81m E33 system, I have it with the Pentinum G3258 @4.2 with 1.12v, I started the system today and couldn't boot windows, so I was thinking the Pentinum was needing more vcore volts, so kept raising until i got up to 1.250v and still not boot into windows, went into bios reset to defaults,and system booted, then I remembered one of the updates from Microsoft being update cpu microcode, KB3064209 so I removed that and all my previous overclock profiles work fine, back to 4.2@ 1.12v, Just thought I would post this incase others have same problem...
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    Default Re: Kb3064209

    I ran into this problem as well. You can also disable 1 core in the bios and boot to the desktop and uninstall KB3064209. Good thing Windows 10 will have auto hotfix updates, cause you have nothing to worry about. /s
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    Hi Peakr, I've just updated to windows 10, now none of my overclock profiles same problem as before boot loop, tried back to stock settings and it boots windows 10 no problem, I tried setting overclock in again manually but no luck it just boot loops, crazy
    any ideas?, I even flashed bios again still boot loop if overclocked
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    Default Re: Kb3064209

    It's an asrock bios issue, new bios's for H and B motherboards will be out soon. So until then overclock on one core or not at all.
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    No my Penium is on my MSI board, and i'm just running windows 10 on stock speeds for now, waiting for MSi to come up with a new bios
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