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Overclocking help plz

Hi Last night i was fooling around with my BIOS, and i accidently put the DRAM timing for the NorthBrdige Configuration to TURBO. Without thinking, i saved and exited. I have been trying to start up but to no success. All the fans and lights start up, but nothing shows up on my monitor (its just in its idle state). PLEASE help ASAP as this is a computer used on a DAILY basis

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Re: overclocking help plz

In your manual, go to the top of pg. 1-21. Section 1.9. There you'll find how to reset your cmos. This will reset your bios back to it's originall settings. Restart your pc & enter the bios. Reset your configuration & leave the memory to Auto.
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