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Windows 7: Easy Tune 6

16 Jan 2011   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
Easy Tune 6

Hello,
When I was going through my Pc I accidentaly ran EasyBoost. While I didn't know what I had done I let it run for about 25mins. After this my cpu fan was going crazy so I switched of my Pc.
I think that EastBoost has tweaked aroung with my RAM voltage settings because when I take a RAM module out (I have 4x4gb) my system runs fine, but when I put it back in I receive BSod's.
Is there any way I can put it back to its origional state
Many thanks in advance


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16 Jan 2011   #2

Several, including Windows 7 x64 Ultimate
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by cemcilfa View Post
Hello,
When I was going through my Pc I accidentaly ran EasyBoost. While I didn't know what I had done I let it run for about 25mins. After this my cpu fan was going crazy so I switched of my Pc.
I think that EastBoost has tweaked aroung with my RAM voltage settings because when I take a RAM module out (I have 4x4gb) my system runs fine, but when I put it back in I receive BSod's.
Is there any way I can put it back to its origional state
Many thanks in advance
Run it again and set it back to default; ( Outlined in red in the screenshot below):



Regards....Mike Connor
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18 Jan 2011   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

I tried it but the same thing happend
Thanks for your help
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18 Jan 2011   #4

Win7 Pro 32-bit, Win8 Pro 32-bit
 
 

You had better luck than I did with ET6. Mine locked up my PC on my three separate attempts, in each instance, claiming it was unable to write settings. I eventually gave up.

I have read that ET writes changes to the BIOS -- which is why rebooting often will not fix the problems -- even though the User Guide says that rebooting WILL fix it.

In my case, I had imaged off the drive BEFORE I started messing with ET6. So, when I got the BSOD on boot, I restored the old image.

You could try resetting the CMOS values to their defaults. That should resturn them to stable values.
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20 Jan 2011   #5

Several, including Windows 7 x64 Ultimate
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by cemcilfa View Post
I tried it but the same thing happend
Thanks for your help
Can also be caused by a faulty ram stick, or one that doesn't match. It is also possible that if you have used overclocking settings that a ram stick can't handle, that it is damaged as a result.

If you can't reset the BIOS using easy tune, then go into the BIOS at startup and reset to default.

If the RAM stick still causes problems at default settings, then replace it with THE SAME TYPE OF RAM STICK you have in the other slots.

You may need to change some BIOS settings again afterwards, when everything runs depending on what you have installed and how it is set up. Especially hard disc settings.

Regards....Mike Connor
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