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Cmos Cheksum bad - Overclocking failed Cmos Cheksum bad - Overclocking failed Cmos Cheksum bad - Overclocking failed Does anyone know how to solve this problem?? please help me out.. =( =( =(

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You can remove the cmos for about 2 mins and put it again if this doesn't work then have a new one.

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