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Neil on 144hz

Bad Overclock

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Can someone help me?

 

So on The 19th I was messing around with some GPU Overclocking, and I accidentally did a bad overclock. So every time I press shift + restart to go the troubleshooting menu I’m fine. I go to the setting to get you to safe mode, and then I click restart. But, when I click restart, nothing happens. I hear my system working, but there’s no display on the monitors.

Any help would be appreciated, Thanks!

 

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35 minutes ago, Neil on 144hz said:

Can someone help me?

 

So on The 19th I was messing around with some GPU Overclocking, and I accidentally did a bad overclock. So every time I press shift + restart to go the troubleshooting menu I’m fine. I go to the setting to get you to safe mode, and then I click restart. But, when I click restart, nothing happens. I hear my system working, but there’s no display on the monitors.

Any help would be appreciated, Thanks!

 

Which software you used to oc? Also what’s the gpu?? And rest of the spec will be helpful as well


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Just now, Neil on 144hz said:

I used MSI Afterburner w a 2GB 1050.

Is safe mode roll back all settings in msi afterburner, or even delete it. 


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1 minute ago, Neil on 144hz said:

I can’t get on my pc though, every time I boot it, it instantly turns off, and I can’t load safe mode.

Clear cmos first. 

You can reset the UEFI settings (clear CMOS) by one of the following methods:

 1. Go to the Exit tab in the UEFI and select Load Optimized Defaults.

2. Press the Clear CMOS button on your motherboard (if it has one).

3. Unplug the computer and remove the coin cell battery on the motherboard for a few minutes and then reinsert it.

Also please tag or quote , if I’m in different sub forum I can’t see your replies 


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