How to recover a 8rda3+ from an overclock error.

Discussion in 'Epox' started by test, Jun 25, 2003.

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    test Guest

    I have an Athlon XP 2500+ on a 8rda3+.
    I set the bios with FSB to 200 leavig the default value as CPU clock ratio.
    After the reboot the system halted after a few seconds an the alarm was
    ringing.
    I immediately powered off the system, I reset cmos battery, but the system
    do nothing at the power up (LCD error display stand on FF value), the CPU is
    cold.
    I guess I probably blow my CPU, is there a way to ensure that?
    Is there a rescue procedure to try? Should I reflash the BIOS? How?

    Thanks.

    Alessandro.
     
    test, Jun 25, 2003
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    Daniel L. Guest

    Try booting the computer with the INS key pressed.
     
    Daniel L., Jun 26, 2003
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