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My motherboard is p5sd2-vm. how to fix CPU overvoltage error on start up?

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  • znebph Jun 11, 2011

    haven't done overclocking...my mobo don't support that feature. already did reset cmos. i also updated bios at asus website... but i still have the same problem..

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Hi

Have you overclocked the system? If so, reset the CMOS by popping the battery out for about 15 mins. Then putting it back in.

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