How to disable 'Overclocking Failed' message?

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April 20, 2011 at 02:10:16
Specs: Windows 7, Q9950 / 8 GB
Okay one of my servers is an ASUS P4P-800SE Motherboard and whenever the power goes out, it posts 'Overclocking Failed', and its probably because of some Memory Mismatch or something, but I don't care about the fault, its a server, I just want it to run and not post messages in the BIOS, disabling the entire system from going into the Operating System when unattended.

How do I disable ALL messages regardless of the BIOS errors?

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April 20, 2011 at 02:58:21
but I don't care about the fault, its a server,

I would have thought that would be a more pressing reason to solve the problem rather than if it were a client.

You may have an option in the BIOS to "continue on error" or stop on error" but that is dependent on the error and if the computer is capable of continuing.

The thing to do is to remove the fault that is causing the error in the first place. Having a server that is not working correctly is an invitation to disaster.


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April 20, 2011 at 07:47:16
How are you dealing with the error message? You should be entering the BIOS & reconfiguring the BIOS settings. Since you mentioned this happens after a power outage, it's likely the CMOS battery is bad.

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