Need help with my shuttle ..

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  1. snoozeallday

    snoozeallday OT Supporter

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    Did I just kill my machine? v. SB83G5
    Okay so I just up'd my fsb to 215, slowly of course. Everything was going fine, and then I alt+tabbed while in game and the computer reset. Thought I would give it some extra voltage.

    Went into the bios and the setting was on AUTO. The manual doesnt say how much voltage AUTO actually is.. so I put it on the second setting. They are all preset.

    Computer now starts up but does not post. Lights on my mouse dont light up, no signal to my monitor.

    i think either there is not enough voltage now going to the CPU to start it up, or I fried it? However i do not think its the latter seeing as how I had it on the second lowest setting.

    there is a 'reset cmos' button on the back of my computer, i pressed it while the computer was off and when i restarted it had not changed anything. I am quite sure my bios is exactly the same because my fans are still running at FULL speed, which is not default.

    Help? 5$ paypal to the person who fixes this.

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  2. DAN513

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    you should pull the cmos battery out and let it sit unplugged for 15 minutes.
     
  3. snoozeallday

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    It needs to sit out for 15 minutes? Also.. does the PSU need to be unplugged?
     
  4. deusexaethera

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    Yes. Unplug the PSU from the wall and from the motherboard, then pull out the CMOS battery. It does not, however, need to be out for more than a minute or so.
     

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