Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional With Servise Pack 2 (e8503040) for PC
In this case i assume the 'OC' is refering to the overclocking facility in your bios, so firstly press F2 or Del when your pc is booting up and, unless you have changed any settings to cause the fault, look in the cmos settings for 'Load Default Settings', save settings and exit for a reboot and see if the same message pops up. If so you may need to check the memory is seated correctly and any other peripheral connected to your motherboard, assuming it is a desktop pc. Isf still no change try resetting the bios by way of a terminal called CLRCMOS or CLR CLK or JBAT1, but you will have to refer to yourmotherboard manula or post the board details back here.
Posted on Aug 14, 2007
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