Overclocked memory...no boot up Tags: BIOS Boot Dual Core Memory Overclocking Last response: May 31, 2009 4:36 AM in Overclocking Share giant96 May 31, 2009 2:17:18 AM I have a Foxconn MB AM2+ running AMD 7750 dual core with 4gb of corsair 800mhz memory...i tried overclocing the memory in the bios to 533mhz and when i rebooted i get a black screen...how do i get back to the bios to fix this?? Please help..Thanks! More about : overclocked memory boot starams5 May 31, 2009 4:36:57 AM Did you try removing the CMOS battery? It will revert back to the default settings. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Overclocked CPU/ PC boot up question Forum SolvedComputer Refusing to Boot After I Overclocked CPU Forum Computer starts up, stops, and then boots after I overclocked, help Forum SolvedOverclocked to 4.3ghz, shows up as 3.33ghz in Taskmanager Forum Clicking at boot up after overclocking Forum SolvedHELP i really need it (Boot up and storage) Forum SolvedPC beeps and wont boot up[with video] Forum SolvedI have a windows DELL base computer. Was on OS Vista, upgraded to 7. It fails on boot-up and actually shuts down. It senses th Forum SolvedWont boot up, GPU fans at max Forum SolvedUnderscores before windows will boot up Forum SolvedWhat is the best way to boot up my PC for the first time? Forum SolvedSetting up RAID on an ASRock Z97 Extreme4 (OS Won't Boot) Forum SolvedAsrock z77 pro 3 wont boot up properly. PLZ HELP!!!! Forum SolvedThere is a spark in my PSU every time I boot up my PC. Is it because I unplugged it one time? Forum SolvedCPU is overclocked at start up and I dont want it to be Forum SolvedImac G3 1999 will not boot up Forum SolvedUpgraded cpu computer won't boot up. Forum SolvedPurple line on boot up screen? Forum SolvedIMB thinkcentre 8172, wont boot up, Forum SolvedI don't have any boot options and everytime I start up my pc it goes to BIOS. Help! Forum More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !