Ok so as everyone probably knows I ate it hard by drilling through the rad on my i5 water loop. So I have to resort to smaller AMD dual core rigs until I can afford to replace it. I tried using my server but this latest FREE
MMO lags it.....wtf. Yea that's what I said. Anyways, so I stuck my guest PC parts in my main case because the board supports SLI. Dual 465s and an OCed 5200+ I says, should be good enough?
HA! I was wrong.
Any time I turn on the OC portion in the bios the ethernet port on the board gets blocked from Windows. I know the ***** is on because I can see the blinky lights on the back of my case. Turn the OC portion off and it pops right up. Can anyone explain that?
Parts in question are a Biostar TPower N750 motherboard with an X2 5200+ running all my usual stuff an Win 7 X64. I had this problem before but totally forgot about it since I have never actually used the board in my main rig before.
I just updated the bios and still have the same problem. It doesn't even show up in the device manager when I turn the OC portion on. I should mention, I'm not even OCed yet. Luckily I keep a wifi card around to post to you fine people to see if anyone knows what's up.
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