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I cannot boot my pc, an error about "over frequency" comes out

When i open my pc, as soon as it is reading the OS...an
error message "over frequency H:75.0khz V74.khz"
Can you help me how to fix it? and can somebody tell me
what's wrong with my pc? I am trying to reformat hoping to
fix the problem but unfortunately i cant even reformat it...
please help! =(

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