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My PC Opens and Shuts after CPU Overclock Attempt

Hello everyone so I was trying to overclock my CPU with the software that the manufacturer provided with the Laptop after I was done adjusting the values and all set the software required the laptop to restart but after that the Laptop kept opening and shutting while the charge was plugged I unplugged it and tried to open the laptop again it did the same but not continuously.Some info:The pc wasn’t fried and the temp never went over 75 and the laptop has gaming fans but 3 of them stopped working I don’t know what to do please help me.

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Since you found out it doesn't work.

In reply to: My PC Opens and Shuts after CPU Overclock Attempt

Restore it to stock and get back into operation. This may require some input from the laptop maker as there is no standard here.

Overclocking is NEVER a sure thing. I do run into folk that thought it was and most figure it out that it wasn't a sure thing.

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Stock

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How do I restore it to stock because I can’t even access it.

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Varies with machine.

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But in most cases I reset the CMOS values (see the product manual) and change what I need to from stock (your machine so you know this) and it boots again.

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