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Voltage Problem Hey guys, I got a problem just for the first time. I rebooted my computer recently, which mean i reinstall window xp pro. I finish installing everything from drivers to updates. I went to school came back power on the cpu and bam the computer start beeping like forever. The uguru pops up and say voltage 1.38 and then shutdown the computer. To avoid this i close the program before it even try to run or pops up. It is still beeping now and driving me crazy. I experience this only when it comes to the summer time when the cpu get really hot and this time of year it's december which is freezing down here. I thought 1.38 voltage was normal?. A little advice would help guys. I already post this on the official amd support, but they haven't responded. Alright guys thanks

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Re: Voltage Problem

µGuru load default Settings

Turn ON your PC with our µGuru™ motherboard and then turn OFF right away as one single action; repeat this action continuously for 3 times.
Now you have set µGuru to a load default setting!
Thank You

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