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When performing a disk check in checksum error. "Y" is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file?

04/08/2012 18:31 by Voldoh

My PC windows XP when turning on it on it displays " CMOS checksum invalid default values loaded"
First answer posted by AlbertAzose at 04/09/2012 03:17
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  • AlbertAzose
  • For the error, check your RAM/RAM timings. Setting the RAM timings too aggressively will give you that error. I'm not familiar with that particular board, but sometimes they have slow/normal/fast or turbo settings. If it has a setting like that, set it to the slowest setting, and back off the timings to what SPD has it at or even slower. If you can get it up and running without the checksum error, you can try more aggressive settings from there.
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