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Hi, I overclocked my AMD Phenom x3 8650 to 2.6 ghz on Gigabyte GA-MA-77-UD3 And now Bios f**ked up I reset all what i done to default but still.... then i cleared CMOS, but still... now I have screen with unknown things like Client MAC ADDR: 00 24 1D 2C 11 6B GUID: 30303234-3144-3243..... And boot failure

So whats happen? did my bios done bye bye or CPU? Motherboard?
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  1. Ok I got it going but still very very very long loading time
  2. You may need to do a hard CMOS clear, meaning pull the wall power to the computer, pull the battery from the motherboard, and then clear the CMOS by using the CRTC jumper.

    Leave it disconnected for about 15 minutes, then reset the jumper, reinsert the M/B battery, reconnect the wall power and boot it up.

    That should restore it to the way it was when you first received it.

    In most cases it doesn't actually take 15 minutes and can be done in 1 or 2 minutes but I've seen motherboards take 30 minutes or longer, so to be sure give it at least 5 minutes to completely clear.
  3. thnx I will try it out couse boot take more then 10 min now and after that black screen
  4. But still interesting when i finaly booted my Pc with bootable USB i found only Win7 not a Win8 ? how is that possible maybe I lost my HDD ? but my all HDD are in HDD-Box!
  5. Try the hard CMOS clearing and see what it possibly straightens out.
  6. Stilll long boot, and i can't find jumper on my Motherboard
  7. I think my 50000 hours Japanes warranty ended :D problems started :D ok i seen windows 8 logo maybe it is good sign? This is my brother's computer and if i won't fix it he will be very angry because he won't be able to host his minecraft server :D
  8. Is the problem solved?
  9. No.... long load one HDD gone
  10. Have you tried reflashing the BIOS?
  11. Rustyy117 said:
    Have you tried reflashing the BIOS?


    Thank You! :)

    That was going to be my next suggestion, I'm just hoping he has the skills to do it.
  12. 4Ryan6 said:
    Thank You! :)

    That was going to be my next suggestion, I'm just hoping he has the skills to do it.

    I'm sure OP has mad skills ;)

    If not, there's plenty of guides out there. :)
  13. @Ox-49

    Quote:
    This is my brother's computer and if i won't fix it he will be very angry because he won't be able to host his minecraft server


    I'm sure you've figured this out by now but, for the record, never ever overclock someone Else's computer!
  14. I re-installed windows boot time decreased little bit but gets stuck on devices reading. this computer stuck not the first time and this time it's serious
  15. and no i haven't reflashed Bios yet
  16. Do you feel comfortable flashing the BIOS?
  17. atleast Something is working :\
  18. how to understand comfortable I'm ******** happy I started up that 30kg box at last no lost as I see thnx for help and do you now stop bleeding from the fingers? :D i got my finger in fan
  19. OX-49 said:
    how to understand comfortable I'm ******** happy I started up that 30kg box at last no lost as I see thnx for help and do you now stop bleeding from the fingers? :D i got my finger in fan


    Oh ok, well I'm glad your happy.

    Put a plaster on your finger :pfff: and be more careful next time :whistle:
  20. ok thnx
  21. Hi guys, I found out what is the problem of this computer, when I oveclocked him I accidentally damaged Motherboards BIOS or something else and when I start computer I have to load fail/safe then optimaize and choose OS HDD!
  22. Rustyy117 said:
    Do you feel comfortable flashing the BIOS?
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