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Hanging of the system


My system is hangiging regularly after a 5to 10 minutes working.. regulerly system shows the starting msg "over clocking failed..f1 to set up ,f2 to cotinue, i tried by updating the bios file(1013.rom) , if it s due to c mos batteri's problem?, first of all i think its due to any virus,but i tried by formating the xp..in drive,pls give the details ofstandard working values of CPU Frequncy,AGP/PCI,DDR VOLT,,etc to set over clocking option,,for my board(k8s mx, AMD 64) ,other problm s the continous blinking of grafics,,(as signal cut of tv set) not a monitor problem,,after a restart its okk..what is the actual problem??

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  • gopi_navudu Aug 16, 2008

    vgadrivers

  • Anonymous Dec 06, 2008

    SAME ISSUE

  • jareesh Feb 21, 2009

    didnt tried to change the bios settings.becouse system working in its defualt values . then ,can you pls tell the satandard values of bios for my KS8M-X board,..??
    thanks..

  • Wiard Giezen
    Wiard Giezen May 11, 2010

    did you try reset bios to standard values??

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The problem may be in RAM

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