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 PostPost subject: OC Fail?        Posted: Tue Aug 28, 2007 4:21 am 
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I get this error while computer starts:
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OC fail, please enter setup to change OC Fail settings

What should i do?
After i press F1 everything launches as it should, however i had to start Windows XP with last good known configuration...


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Go into the BIOS setup and load one of the default settings options, i.e. either "failsafe" or "optimized". That should get rid of the message, but you'll have to reapply any modified BIOS settings you might have applied. Also pay attention to some important settings before resetting, i.e. remember what they were set to and set them again after doing the reset (SATA AHCI, HT if present, etc.)


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OC = Onboard Clock. Try replacing the battery.


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empireum wrote:
Go into the BIOS setup and load one of the default settings options, i.e. either "failsafe" or "optimized". That should get rid of the message, but you'll have to reapply any modified BIOS settings you might have applied. Also pay attention to some important settings before resetting, i.e. remember what they were set to and set them again after doing the reset (SATA AHCI, HT if present, etc.)
Done :) almost working now...
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