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Topic Title: Duron 1100
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Created On: 01/30/2005 01:13 AM
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 01/30/2005 01:13 AM
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Nothing attached besides the monitor. Power supply is 300W. Error coming up saying that CMOS information is wrong. Initially doesn't post. When system was left on for approximately 1 hr it then started randomly beeping. Rebooted and didn't initially post. Left for 10-15 minutes and then posted with the CMOS info wrong error.
Help!!! What is this!?
Anyone have any ideas?
 01/30/2005 06:43 PM
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Maybe some one changed the RAM frequency to the wrong setting or maybe there was a setting set wrong in the Advanced CMOS Features or Integrated Peripherals. If you set the RAM frequency wrong in the frequency or voltage control then it tends to do that.

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