Okay, as you can see from the headline i got a problem :icon_cry:
and since i cant figure it out on my own i thought i would post it here and see what you guys think.
When i turn on my PC it starts to load for about 1 or 2 seconds but it dosent boot, instead it displays an error msg. "Warning , some of the frequency settings may have been changed. Please press DEL to change them." Then it restarts automatically and does the same thing again.
I tried to start with "last known good figuration" - didnt help. I checked the frecuency/voltage control settings wich were following :
Detect CPU FSB clock - auto
CPU FSB clock- 100Hz
CPU DRAM clock RATIO - by SPD
DRAM frecuency - 266MHz
DRAM Vcore Ajust - 2.6 v
CPU Vcore adjust - auto
I dont have any experience with BIOS, anyone got an idea if and what i should change in the settings or do i have to replace some hardware ? - Thanks! :)