Question about Intel D850MV Motherboard
Well maybe he set the MHZ higher than what your processor speed. so all we need to do is to reset your BIOS.. to do that remove the CR2032 flat battery on your mother board(in case you never seen one its silver and circle in shape) after you have removed it put it back again just exactly before you removed it then you will be just fine just set your time and date on the BIOS setup page.. Hope this one works. removing the CR2032 and putting it back it will reset the BIOS setup to its factory settings.
Posted on Feb 05, 2008
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