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    Default Re: No boot after bios update

    my ram is g-skill 2 gigs Newegg.com - G.SKILL 2GB (2 x 1GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 800 (PC2 6400) Dual Channel Kit Desktop Memory - Desktop Memory

    ya i dont feel comfortable putting in those numbers 1. if i enter them and it fugs up my computer im SOL and you get a laugh. 2 i dont wont to run my voltage up to 1.30volts on the stock cooler just in case it does take and burns up my processor.

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    The stock cooler is rated along with the CPU to max at 1.365 so you will be fine. Especially just for a short test to see if the volts hold or not

    I would not laugh, and Intel would ship you a new CPU within a week anyway. I have not seen a fried processor in years. I have put mine at 1.4+ on air and mine is the same as your minus the cache.

    Ok, well try what I suggested with 1.25-1.275 It will likely work anyway, I see many getting 3.4-3.6 on stock voltages especially with the low VID like you have

    If no luck, I will suggest a lower jump for you.

    Here is the settings again, with adjusted timing for 2x1 GB. You SURE you have those sticks? I aks because of your AUTO settings giving you 52 on Refresh to act. If you DO indeed have 2x1 then cool, use the below settings>>>

    Robust Graphics Booster - Fast
    CPU Clock Ratio- 9
    Fine CPU Clock Ratio- .5
    CPU Host Clock Control - Enabled
    CPU Host Frequency (MHz)- 333 = 3.1635GHz
    PCI Express Frequency (Mhz)- 100
    C.I.A. 2 - Disabled
    System Memory Multiplier (SPD)- 2.40
    DRAM Timing Selectable- Manual

    Performance Enhance - Standard

    CAS Latency Time- 5
    Dram RAS# to CAS# Delay- 5
    Dram RAS# Precharge Delay- 5
    Precharge Delay (tRAS)- 15

    ACT to ACT Delay (tRRD)- 4
    Rank Write to READ Delay- 11
    Write to Precharge Delay- 6
    Refresh to ACT Delay- 42
    Read to Precharge Delay-6
    Static tRead Value- 10
    Static tRead Phase Adjust- 0 auto << Leave Always on Zero, 1-31 or Auto

    System Voltage Control -Manual
    DDR2 OverVoltage Control- [+0.3V] = 2.0V

    PCI-E OverVoltage Control- [+0.1V] <<< For Stability
    FSB OverVoltage Control- [+0.1V] <<< For Stability
    (G)MCH OverVoltage Control - [+0.1V] <<< For Stability
    CPU Voltage Control- 1.25V -1.275V

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    yep thats my exact ram i even bought it though them. ill try all that and see what happens

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    ok entered in your specs to the T. fired it up wouldent load windows. so i turned down the host feq. to 316 (even 3.00ghz) left the voltage at 1.275 and fired it up (running right now) and loaded cpuz...still 1.024volts #$E!@#$!@#$>!!!!

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    Default Re: No boot after bios update

    Ahh really!!!

    Damn, you up for a flash? Well if not, try this >>>

    Go into the BIOS and select Load Optimized Defaults, then save and apply F10 and reboot. Then go back into the BIOS and try the settings again to the T that you got to load into windows with and check once more please

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Ahh really!!!

    Damn, you up for a flash? Well if not, try this >>>

    Go into the BIOS and select Load Optimized Defaults, then save and apply F10 and reboot. Then go back into the BIOS and try the settings again to the T that you got to load into windows with and check once more please

    Nope still reads 1.024v. i cant flash a new bios in i have the newest one.

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    Default Re: No boot after bios update

    I meant to flash in the same one, or one step backwards if your CPU is supported

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    Default Re: No boot after bios update

    is the 45nm e7200 supported with the f3 bios?

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    Well the list says F4 is the first supported for it. But Soem have luck with CPU's and BIOS's that are not on the list, but I would suggest for you not to try F3 unless you have or can easily borrow and older CPU.

    If you have or can borrow one easily then flash away and if it dont boot then just stick in the older CPU, otherwise only flash again with F4

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    Default Re: No boot after bios update

    Quote Originally Posted by stampy View Post
    yep thats my exact ram i even bought it though them. ill try all that and see what happens
    I also have that RAM and an E7200 with an EP35-DS3R. I think the problem with your settings may be Refresh to ACT Delay- 42. Try setting it to 51.

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