Ok i found the jumper instructions in the MB manual. damn i had to read lol. It started with a blue screen but after hard shutdown and restart the comp is now up and running.
but i really did want to have the overclock ... ah well its still a decent comp without the OC. thanks for the help guys
What you tryed to do here was not overclock. you just made the processor think it had 6 cores when it only had 4, 2 were non existent causing it to crash/fail. (you are lucky nothing got damaged)(normally overclocking is just increasing the clock speed of the processors.)
i suggest you put a question in overclocks forum here in toms-hardware they should be able to help you.. Also provide with information of all your components.
They will suggest how much you can overclock your components without problem and also how to do it properly.
Sry, I would personally help but i am more Intel guy, and i wouldn't take a risk on someone's equipment. i have never owned a AMD processor