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My pc wont boot up

So i tried to overclock ryzen cpu at 4.2ghz at 1.4v and once the settings were applied and exited the bios and now it does not boot.

 

Can anyone help me fix this?

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Just now, DESTROYER 123503 said:

So i tried to overclock ryzen cpu at 4.2ghz at 1.4v and once the settings were applied and exited the bios and now it does not boot.

 

Can anyone help me fix this?

Try clearing cmos, it’ll reset all settings to default 

   @Whiro tag or quote will do the trick 
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Just now, DESTROYER 123503 said:

So i tried to overclock ryzen cpu at 4.2ghz at 1.4v and once the settings were applied and exited the bios and now it does not boot.

 

Can anyone help me fix this?

Does not boot atoll?? can u get back into the bios to lower the settings?

 

If not you'll need to reset cmos.

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3 minutes ago, Cazzasim said:

Does not boot atoll?? can u get back into the bios to lower the settings?

 

If not you'll need to reset cmos.

No i cannot boot at all and cant access the bios.

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1 minute ago, DESTROYER 123503 said:

No i cannot boot at all and cant access the bios.

Reset CMOS and you should be golden, 

 

Here is an artical since you can't boot look at options #2 and #3. if none of these are compatibale to your board just have a google and it will show you how

https://neosmart.net/wiki/reset-bios-cmos/

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1 hour ago, DESTROYER 123503 said:

No i cannot boot at all and cant access the bios.

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.

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7 minutes ago, Whiro said:

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.

It is now fixed

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