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Kt400-a4c i would love to get the right settings for this, unfortunately i cannot find a manual anywhere on the mobo or chip so i am a little stumped, any further assistance would be appreciated

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Bad luck, check also the memory modules that you have maybe its not compatible with the processor, check also your power supply it should be 350w to 500w

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