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Why is my cpu multi downward locked...?

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    And where could I get a modified bios? I am sure I am not the 1st person to run into this irritating problem. ABIT has several updated bios' to choose from, but none appear to have resolved the issue in question. Thanks for the help:respect:



    EDIT:......OOPS it's upward locked
     
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    Try downloading GCPUID.exe version 1.9.0220 .Then then unzipp and run.
    then do this
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    Then pick your multi and click set .
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    GOODLUCK:toast:
     
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    I'll sure try it!!! Thanks brotherrrrrrr:roll:
     
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    I can't find version 1.9.0220 grrrrr
     
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    Let me see if I have the install.
     
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    ok, I was going to try a newer version, but I will wait a few minutes, thanks again:)
     
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    well I dont seem to have the original install so I zipped my GCPUID folder and here it is maybe it will work or maybe it wont .Unzip and run the .exe..Again good luck;)
     

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    If that doesnt work try the new version on line.
     
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    it downloaded and launched....I'll be back with results in a few!:p EDIT....it works great I think. Thanks a lot DRDNA!
     
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    No problem ;) I am glad your getting on well.Hope the multi helps with getting your ram to run faster.
     
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    I needed to raise the multi NOT lower it...my bad! I'm still stuck
     
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    Not possible as far as I know ! I am almost certain that you can only lower the Multi on that CPU.Sorry.:cry:
     
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    the FX chips and Opty chips go both ways but not your chip.
     
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    :cry: time for a new chip already :banghead: geez I'm still building this POS:ohwell:
     

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