Re: No overclock with external hard disk plugged in
I have a theory. Its probably wrong, but I'll throw it out there.
The jumpers for an HD with a slave are different than the jumpers for an HD without a slave. My guess is that the External is correctly set as the slave, but the internal is not set to have a slave, and so the pc doesn't know there is an alternate hard drive, and so is booting from the external first.
Just a theory, but might be worth trying since it would take about half a second to change the HD jumpers on the internal.
Antec 300 Illusion
430w Antec Earthwatts
AMD Q4 640 Propus
2x4gb Patriot DDR3 1333
750gb Seagate 7200.11 Hard Drive