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|23rd June 2002, 16:42||#1|
BD7-II bootin' strangeness
Well I recently changed my mobo from a asus pb4-266 to a abit BD7-II and I'm not that satisfied with it.... Whenever I try to restart at speeds above 150 fsb (on a 1.6A), I first have to shutdown/power-on the PSU before it's willing to boot into Winblows ???
Is this what they call the "cold-boot" phenomenon? If so is there a way to eliminate this besides the wire trick? With the Asus I never experienced such problems...
|28th June 2002, 15:17||#2|
Join Date: May 2002
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i plugged in the bd7-II booted straight to 180 fsb for try outs since I knew the processor did that easy, and got just that : instant 3.1 gig.
is your problem solved yet
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