Question about Intel Motherboard
There are more than one cause for this ..
First the ram memory frequency is larger than the board supports..
second try to restore the bios to factory defaults so any odd settings like CPU's higher temperature limits to be removed..
Usually if the memory is to blame it will just not boot proper..and make a sort of loop ..but your issue seams like a cpu setting ...so ..restore the Bios to factory optimal defaults and after that look into the MO BO's manual to see the frequencies and the maximum supported on a slot ..After that check them one by one and it will be ok ..cause if there was something wrong it would not boot at all..
Posted on May 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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