|If you overclock, you need to know this first. When you make an error in a setting or just push it too far, you need to reset your CMOS. There are a few methods for doing this, depending on your motherboard. The first step is to remove the power plug from the outlet or back of the computer. A few boards now have a reset CMOS button and you would press that for 30 seconds, others (most) have a rest CMOS jumper that you need to move the jumper across the pins (or small screwdriver) for 30 seconds and return it to its storage pins. The alternate method is to remove the coin shaped battery for the same 30 second and replace it (same direction). After this, you just plug it in again, restart, and research more on overclocking to see where you went wrong.|
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