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How can this cpu be reset to eliminate the tamper error
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Reset the bios jumper on the board. Use your manual, go to the bottom of page 9. Please unplug the power cord from the PC.
Clear the cmos/ bios & remove the bios battery as well. (You may use a small flat tip screw driver to help lift the battery out). If you have a voltage meter check the battery for 3volts DC. (If you have a voltage meter suggest you check the battery for 3volts DC while its out).
Re-place the bios battery & reset the bios jumper back to Normal. Re-connect the power cord to the PC. Boot the system & enter the bios menu. Adjust all your setting as needed.
(DO Not over-clock anything)!
If you still receive an error message your only other option would be to flash the bios. Even if you have the latest bios software already installed. The current bios software may be corrupt.
Good luck Chris!
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
This could have been a RAM issue or a BIOS issue. Check your RAM first and reset your CMOS. If possible upgrade your BIOS version from the manufacturers website. but be very careful if you do so. a wrong move may spoil your Board completely.
Posted on Nov 30, 2011
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