Hey, my name is Jill and and friend of mine pretty recently built me my own computer. It was stable when I brought it home and set it up, and it worked fine for a few days after that. However, one day I realized that my motherboard wasn't running my processor at full speed, so I went into the BIOS and changed the CPU clock to 165. The motherboard (it's rather old) I guess couldn't handle the processor at that speed and wouldn't start up, so I went back into the BIOS and changed the CPU clock to 150. The computer booted up fine after that, and after about an hour I shut it down and left for a while. When I came back and turned the computer on, I got this black screen on start up with white text, and at the end of it it says "Unknown Flash Type" with a blinking white underscore underneath it. I can't get passed this screen.
I've provided a picture of what this screen looks like here
I cannot boot into anything else besides the BIOS, so something like a system restore I can't do. The only thing I've tried is resetting the BIOS, which didn't make any difference. Unfortunately I'm not as gifted with computers as my friend, so I don't entirely remember all the specs for it, since it's made with different things. I do know that it's running Windows 7 32-bit, an AMD Anthlon processor (don't remember the number), and a KM400-M2 ECS Elitegroup motherboard.
I'm not sure about what I can do to fix this, so any kind of help is greatly appreciated.
If anyone needs any other kind of information, I will do my best to get it for you. Thank you!