Question about MSI 945P NEO5-F Desktop Board - Core 2 Extreme, Core 2 Duo, Pentium D, Pentium 4, Pentium 4 Extreme... Motherboard
It seems like your board has been overclocked you must enter BIOS
2 methods to do so
1) Press one of these keys to do so
DEL F2 ctrl + esc.
or check lower part of screen during boot up will tell you which key to press.
When in BIOS reset to "Default" and see how you go
2) check M/board somewhere on it will be BIOS reset pins
either a 2 pin setting with no jumper across them fit jumper across them for 2/3 minutes then reset to normal and boot.
Or a 3 pin setup change jumper across middle and other pin 2/3 mins then reset them back to standard
either method should do to reset BIOS to default
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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