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So i went into my bios last night and changed some settings i took my frontside bus speed and set it at 133 instead of 100 and i also raised my processor clock to match my processor speed, i went to save and exit and then.....BSOD. now when i turn on my computer it wont turn off, the HD LED stays on as well as all the lights on my drive, there is no way for me to enter by BIOS or anything...Ant help would be greatly appreciated
 

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If you can't shut your computer off using the power switch, pull the power cord from the wall. Wait a few seconds, plug it back in, and try to get into the BIOS.
 

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sounds like you screwed your processor speed up so high it won't boot. some motherboards have a button you can press while you turn the computer on which will automatically put them back to processor defaults. Abit use the insert key.

Worse comes to worse, pull the cmos battery out and set the cmos to defualts
 
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