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    Default 8I848P-G CPU Issue

    Hello again. Since I started to work on this machine I noticed the P4 which is 3.0 GHz was only recognized as 2 GHz. Now after choosing setup defaults in the BIOS it is now correctly at 3.0 GHz.

    Now when 7 boots up, it is stuck at the logo. I had posted earlier about a blue screen stop error I am getting. I hope both issues can be resolved. Anyone now what is the correct timings for the processor to work always at 3 Gig?

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    Default Re: 8I848P-G CPU Issue

    Can you post some more details, CPU model, ram model and capacity, other hardware.

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    P4 CPU. Could be Northwood or Prescott. Ram is Kingston all 3 sticks for 1.5 Gig total. System max is 2 gig memory.

    Mobo model is 8I848P-G Ver 2

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    Default Re: 8I848P-G CPU Issue

    Which defaults have you loaded? Have you tried both safe and optimized?
    BSOD 124, is related to bus/memory, I would try +0.1v DIMM OverVoltage.

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    Default Re: 8I848P-G CPU Issue

    Be sure you set the SATA/Disk settings to how you originally installed windows, as once you load optimized this will reset back to IDE

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    Default Re: 8I848P-G CPU Issue

    Hi I am sorry I did not respond sooner. I gave up for now something I hate to do but everything I tried did not work. It seems the motherboard has died or something?

    I tired different power supplies, other components and still the same thing.

    Shame cause I wanted to sell it.

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    Default Re: 8I848P-G CPU Issue

    Definitely try what LSD posted.

    If the board supports the switching between IDE mode, AHCI mode and RAID mode, and you have a SATA HDD plugged in, LSD may have found your problem.

    If you install Windows on a machine in for example, IDE mode on the SATA controllers, then try and switch to AHCI, you will get this exact same behavour, it will display the Windows loading screen, get a certain amount in to booting and then just blue screen.
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