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Thread: "System Failure due to CPU overcloking"




  1. #11
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    yes that would be a problem. I suggest you get some new ram.

    http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProduc...146-940&depa=1

    that should be good. You could also get the corsair XMS, but their a bit more expensive. And the OCX ones are pretty good

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    Just get a couple sticks of this:
    http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProduc...145-462&depa=1
    At least as good as the OCZ, but it will cost almost $50 less.

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    Default Re: "System Failure due to CPU overcloking"

    Hi,

    I've got the same problem,

    - asus k8v se deluxe motherboard
    - amd 64-bit processor (boxed)
    - 512 MB RAM (Infineon - modelname begins with OC so i think not registered)

    first time i booted him, I've got this error.
    Didn't try to clear the cmos due to your posts so...
    Can you tell me if works with new RAM or when you find another solution?

    Thanks, P.

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    Default Re: "System Failure due to CPU overcloking"

    Quote Originally Posted by Morgan_Lander
    No. Set it there for like 10 seconds, preferrably with the power cord on the power supply removed, and then move it back. Power on the machine.

    If that fails then remove the battery for a couple of mins thaking the same precautions............

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    Hi,

    how do I remove the battery? (allready found him but I don't wont to destruct it)

    Thanks, P

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    Default Re: "System Failure due to CPU overcloking"

    Pull back the little silver clip that holds the battery in.
    Last edited by wayout44; 10-04-2004 at 08:50 AM.

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    Default Re: "System Failure due to CPU overcloking"

    Ok, that didn't work, still the same error when booting.

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    Default Re: "System Failure due to CPU overcloking"

    RMA the mainboard then as its most likely faulty.

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    Try checking the position of the memory stick. I had a similar problem and it was the memory needed to be in slot b1 and I had it in a1. It gave me the same post error message that you are getting.

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    Default Re: "System Failure due to CPU overcloking"

    Does your board have a CPU safemode jumper? If so set it back to safemode... then go into bios and load fail safe defaults. Then put the jumper back into normal mode.. If not then your Mo Bo may be faulty...
    "Alex : As an unmuddied lake, Fred. As clear as an azure sky of deepest summer. You can rely on me, Fred." Clockwork Orange

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