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When starting the machine it goes into 'high rev mode' (my term).

It stays in this mode and does not boot up. I have to turn it off and on until it finally will NOT start in high rev mode and actually boots.

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REPLACE CMOS BATTERY.
BOOT TO BIOS SET TO DEFAULT.
RESTART IN SAFE F8 AND SET TO,
RIGHT CLICK DESKTOP,PROPERTIES,DISPLAY SETTINGS,SCREENSAVER,POWER SETTING
MINAMAL SETTING IN PERFORMANCE TAB.
FOR POWER SETTINGS REBOOT SHOULD SETUP THE FIRST TIME....

Posted on Apr 19, 2009

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Whats high reving is it the fan power supply or motherboard it could be a lot i cant help till i get this info thanx rate me

Posted on Apr 19, 2009

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1) With the engine off, turn both mixture screws clockwise until they lightly "seat". Then turn them back counter clockwise two (2) full turns each.

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3) Turn the mixture screw closest to the engine (marked "L" ) clockwise in small increments (1/4 turn at a time) until the engine smooths out. Then back CCW until you have a slightly rough idle.

4) Accellerate to full throttle and turn the mixture screw closest to the air filter (marked "H" ) clockwise until the engine revs get higher and eventually begin to fall off again. Turn back CCW beyond ultimate top speed . . . until a very slight flutter is heard at top speed.

5) Release the trigger and adjust base idle speed until the blades barely crawl, then lower it one more touch.

6) Repeat steps 3, 4, and 5 once more and then check throttle response on quick rev-ups. VERY VERY small adjustments to the "L" screw in a CCW direction will give better response but larger adjustments will affect "H" settings.
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