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How to lock PCI bus?

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I recently had a problem.. I oc'd too high or something or flashed my bios wrong from 510-2 to 623-3 and my xp pro OS went corrupt! I'm thinking it's because I didn't lock my PCI bus? How do I lock it anyhow?

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pci bus is locked already

 

oh... what do you think may have gone wrong? The corruption of the OS happened right after I flashed the bios. I was fooling around with the OC before I flashed, getting up to 2.88Ghz at 1.53v on air, but was super pi stable.

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sheesh you guys...you want to overclock your expensive hardware and can't even be bothered to google or wikipedia what an MBR is?

 

MASTER BOOT RECORD

 

you guys really should go read for about a month before trying to overclock anything...

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you guys really should go read for about a month before trying to overclock anything...

Agreed. N00b overclocking is the number one leading cause of oc-related hardware failure.

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Agreed. N00b overclocking is the number one leading cause of oc-related hardware failure.

so is failure to read the rules of this forum (*AHEM YOUR SIG*), leading to bad things for those members who cant be bothered to read them and follow them....

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Start over. Clear your cmos, go to optimal settings, reflash the bios, boot with optimal settings, reload Windows, and return to square one.

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