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Windows 7: Windows 7 install problem

01 Apr 2011   #11
AirPower4ever

Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
 
 

Okay, so I put everything back and then went in to the BIOS (same results, would not boot at all) and I checked the v-core. Came in at .856. So I set the v-core to manual and raised the voltage to 1.25V and it booted up and stable.

Once you set the BIOS to manual, the BIOS will show you the setting and right below the setting will be the voltage it is actually drawing. The IMC and memory were set to low and the readings were right on. But you were right M, the v-core was too low at .856 setting and draw.

I know this board is old, but if someone does get this board, be advised to raise the v-core if you had the same problem as myself.

Going to start OC'ing and then find the sweet spot.


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01 Apr 2011   #12
Minotar

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by AirPower4ever View Post
Okay, so I put everything back and then went in to the BIOS (same results, would not boot at all) and I checked the v-core. Came in at .856. So I set the v-core to manual and raised the voltage to 1.25V and it booted up and stable.

Once you set the BIOS to manual, the BIOS will show you the setting and right below the setting will be the voltage it is actually drawing. The IMC and memory were set to low and the readings were right on. But you were right M, the v-core was too low at .856 setting and draw.

I know this board is old, but if someone does get this board, be advised to raise the v-core if you had the same problem as myself.

Going to start OC'ing and then find the sweet spot.
Good to hear its's running well for you now,ill keep an eye out for your posts to see how you got on with your overclock
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