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Old 07-01-2019, 04:22 PM   #202
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Should I clear the CMOS? I remember on the first boot of the PC, the bios page gave a message on that everything had been factory reset. I also just to search online but little info available. May I have to look deeper. Thanks for your help too bro! Update here if you have any. Maybe I should ask CDL too I guess.
If you're getting stuck in boot loop due memory settings, BIOS reset will put everything back into default and you'll be able to load Windows without issue. From there on you'll have to trial and error again.

Word of advise though, too many BSOD in Windows due memory clocking issues can corrupt your Windows, potentially requiring a reformat.
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