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CPU Overclock problems Ram recognition PRoblems


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#1 EMICT1

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Posted 02 October 2004 - 02:55 AM

PLease Help me. THe first issue I have is that I have is that I have 384 megs of ram installed on my computer and it is only recognizing 256 megs of it. THe biggest problem I have is that I was trying to over clock my processer ..it is an amd 350mhz on a K62? mobo I think...well I went into bios..and changed the settings to 100 X4.0 and it worked fine..I went up to 100 X4.5 and the thing wouldnt load bios....now I cannot get anything to happen...and I just want to get back into bios to move the multiplier back down to 4.0. I have tried taking ouyt the battery to reset the bios and that has done nothing.. I even let the computer sit for 3-4 hours incase it was just pouting from getting too hot and that didnt help either...I was only at 100 X 4.5 for a matter of seconds so I doubt that I burned the processer up but I am not sure. IF anyone can help I need it...Also I am havign trouble finding the model number /manufacturer on this Mobo so Icant even go get the manual online...anny help you could provide I would appreciate thanks

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#2 Grinler

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Posted 03 October 2004 - 05:56 PM

You are going to have to open up your case and look on your motherboard for a jumper that can reset your bios. When you open the case look for identifying info on the mobo and i will tell you what jumper to remove/add




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