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Bios Problem

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Last response: in Motherboards
June 23, 2002 5:46:05 PM

I accidently changed the Ram frequency to 333Mhz when it should be 266Mhz and now my comp won't boot up. I have A GA-7VRXP mobo with AMI Bios. Can I fix this or is the only way I can fix is to get 333Mhz Ram start it up and then change the setting back to 266 then return the memory or is there an easier way. Or must I return my mobo?

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June 23, 2002 5:58:59 PM

Simply reset the CMOS jumper and it will default the FSB and should start just fine. I know some GA boards do not have a CMOS jumper, if this is the case pull the battery for a couple minutes.