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Anyone familiar with BIOS Error 8302?

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May 21, 2010 5:49:46 PM

I know this isnt exactly the right place to post this... but...

Anyone familiar with BIOS Error 8302?, after I done some tweaking and overclocking within the BIOS, I got this error at POST:

Checking NVRAM...
Unknown BIOS Error - Error 8302 Press F1 to Resume.

If I press F1 I can continue into Windows, Googling this shows that I'm not the only one experience this technical difficulty. I have already tried reseting the BIOS, take out battery, update newest version of BIOS, but this problem persists. However before I had this problem, I was over-volting my CPU and NB for overclock, and one boot-up gave me a warning message about CPU voltage too high. I rebooted and turned it down, however a few more boot-ups later I started seeing this message.

I know this may sound like my motherboard is damaged, but there are many others who had this same problem without tinkering with BIOS. Someone know a fix to this or is RMA my only option? anyone who can shed some light on this is much appreciated.

my system specs:
AMD X6 1090T
8GB(4x2GB) G.Skill Trident DDR3-2000
ATI FireGL V7700
OCZ Vertex LE 100GB SSD + WD Caviar Black 1TB
Corsair Professional HX850W PSU
May 22, 2010 3:48:03 AM

arterius2 said:
I know this isnt exactly the right place to post this... but...

Anyone familiar with BIOS Error 8302?, after I done some tweaking and overclocking within the BIOS, I got this error at POST:

Checking NVRAM...
Unknown BIOS Error - Error 8302 Press F1 to Resume.

If I press F1 I can continue into Windows, Googling this shows that I'm not the only one experience this technical difficulty. I have already tried reseting the BIOS, take out battery, update newest version of BIOS, but this problem persists. However before I had this problem, I was over-volting my CPU and NB for overclock, and one boot-up gave me a warning message about CPU voltage too high. I rebooted and turned it down, however a few more boot-ups later I started seeing this message.

I know this may sound like my motherboard is damaged, but there are many others who had this same problem without tinkering with BIOS. Someone know a fix to this or is RMA my only option? anyone who can shed some light on this is much appreciated.

my system specs:
AMD X6 1090T
8GB(4x2GB) G.Skill Trident DDR3-2000
ATI FireGL V7700
OCZ Vertex LE 100GB SSD + WD Caviar Black 1TB
Corsair Professional HX850W PSU


You can ask the motherboard manufacturer what 8302 is. In the meantime, try to set the bios for "halt on no errors"
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November 19, 2011 6:22:38 AM

arterius2 said:
I know this isnt exactly the right place to post this... but...

Anyone familiar with BIOS Error 8302?, after I done some tweaking and overclocking within the BIOS, I got this error at POST:

Checking NVRAM...
Unknown BIOS Error - Error 8302 Press F1 to Resume.

If I press F1 I can continue into Windows, Googling this shows that I'm not the only one experience this technical difficulty. I have already tried reseting the BIOS, take out battery, update newest version of BIOS, but this problem persists. However before I had this problem, I was over-volting my CPU and NB for overclock, and one boot-up gave me a warning message about CPU voltage too high. I rebooted and turned it down, however a few more boot-ups later I started seeing this message.

I know this may sound like my motherboard is damaged, but there are many others who had this same problem without tinkering with BIOS. Someone know a fix to this or is RMA my only option? anyone who can shed some light on this is much appreciated.

my system specs:
AMD X6 1090T
8GB(4x2GB) G.Skill Trident DDR3-2000
ATI FireGL V7700
OCZ Vertex LE 100GB SSD + WD Caviar Black 1TB
Corsair Professional HX850W PSU


Happened to me few days ago, flashing new BIOS solved it.
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