I recently experienced a lot of game crashing (guild wars 2), its Tech Support instructed me to do various testing, and now he believes it could be my RAM that's causing the problem, and said:
Thank you for updating us on your issue. I reviewed your Speccy file and I believe the error you're receiving in the Prime 95 Test may be do to your RAM being overclocked. It appears you're RAM is running at 665.2 MHz and the rated speed is 533 MHz.
So I went into my mobo's bios, and lowered the memory frequency from 1330 MHz to 1067 MHz by selecting "F7 : Optimized Defaults".
And immediately after my desktop's unable to start up, using Windows Startup Diagnostic didn't solve anything, also unable to do system restore. I tried going back to the bios to change it, but it's stuck at 1067 MHz, there's no option to change it at all. Then I tried removing both of my memory sticks physically and reinstalled, still the same thing.
It's Sunday for me, I can't even take it to a computer store to check for repair, so I can only try asking here, please help
Don't even care about the game anymore, just being able to start up would be nice...
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did you read the tips for the f6 fail-safe defaults settings adding this looking at the board use manual thet show 2 way to reset bios since this is a dual bios on page 25-26-27 there are also the advance settings for you memory try them again and accept the change and restart. give us if you can the speed of ram that cpuid-z report