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Reset BIOS at M7NCG 400

After setting the FSB frequence to 200 Mhz, the system wont start. Even pulling out the battery do not show an effect.
Who can I start the computer again?
Of ther is an solution please contact me.
Christoph

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  • der_cgr Oct 01, 2008

    Thank you for your hints.

    After checking in detail I found out that due to the overclocking my motherboard was blown up.



    No software or procedure wont help.

    I bought a new one.

    Thanks a lot.

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This works pretty good i have the intel d945gt and removed jumper from 2and 3 and placed it on 1and 3 works

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The thing is you should also do is remove the power cord from psu and find the clr bios or cymos then place it on th opisite pin if it is on pin 1-2 then place this on pin 3-4 wait for 30seconds then press on button this will reset the bios then place the jumper back to the origaial position then plug the power cord back to the psu then press the on button all is well you should hear a beep then your bios is set to default

hope this helpst

Posted on Aug 26, 2008

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HP Pavilion Media Center PC not detecting memory in slots 3 & 4.All memory works in slots 1 &2.Memory is all the same.


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Memory configurations

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• Install only identical (the same type and size) DDR DIMM pairs

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• Do not create a three-DIMM configuration in dual-channel mode. The
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Power on ok but no display. ram not detect


First disable the onboard VGA then put in a known good AGP graphics card to see if you can get through the POST if your BIOS i rejects the RAM chips it should give you a short series of beeps this would indicate that the memory is not compatible as a rule of thumb PC2700 speed memory is for a motherboard and processor with a 133Mhz FSB this is quaded to 533MHz. you can usually place faster memory but not slower memory look at the table below for rated Frontside Bus Speeds.

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My processor is rated at 3000 but is only running


What you are trying to do is called overclocking, and there are some excellent guides for that on the internet, like here: http://www.compunamics.com/overclocking.htm
I suggest you read this before proceeding the overclocking.
You can open the BIOS (press a key like F1, F2, F8 or del during startup). Somewhere there will be a menu with options for voltages and frequencies (units in V and MHz)
As you have read, processor speed depends on the multiplier and front side bus speed: CPU Multiplier x FSB = CPU frequency.
Right now, your frequency is 2200 MHz (presumably 11 x 200)
To get it to 3000 MHz (3GHz), you either have to raise the option called FSB in the BIOS to 270 (270 x 11 = 2970), or increase the multiplier to 15 (200 x 15 = 3000). Before you do so, write both the values down, so that you can reset to them, in case things go wrong.
I sugest first trying to raise the multiplier from 11 to 15. It may however, be locked at 11. If you can get it to 15, you're done, your CPU is now running at 3 GHz.
If not, you'll have to go through some more trouble.

First, you'll need to find your memory (or RAM, or DDR) multiplier and frequency, in the same menu as the FSB and CPU multiplier. Write them down as well.
As you have also read, increasing the FSB will make your CPU and memory go faster. This may however, be too much for the RAM to handle.
With the FSB frequency and multiplier, you can calculate the frequency of your RAM just as with the processor.
You will now have to change FSB from 200 to 270, so you'll also have to calculate a new RAM multiplier, if you want the RAM to run at the same speed.
For example, your RAM frequency can be 200 (FSB) x 2 (multiplier) = 400. If you then increase FSB to 270, your RAM will run at 300 x 2 = 600. You will have to lower the multiplier to get as close to 400 as you can get, and preferably lower, if 400 cannot be achieved.
Having done this, you can slowly start to increase FSB, I would suggest by 10 at a time. As soon as the PC has trouble starting, in the BIOS, increase the CPU voltage by one step, until it runs stable again. However, as your CPU is rated at 3GHz, you shouldn't have any trouble with this,and should not have to increase voltages.

If you encounter any probems, let me know!

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Hi!

No you can not!

This is what memosticks that mobo of yours supports
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Good luck
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decide urself, depends onur system support and ofcourse ur buying capacity.

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