Well, I did a benchmark, and let the program auto-tune for me.
I ran the Auto-tune up thing, and my computer restarted itself hard-boot style twice...but that is fine since the start up screen tip says that it may restart or cause a hangup. So I didn't think it was a biggie.
Well, after it finally finished "Auto-tuning," I restarted my computer myself, which is what I always do after I install or do something that "big" to my system.
So, I restart it. Evrythihng is fine until it gets to the Windows boot-up screen. You know, the really ugly one that has the green or blue mooving square dots to indicate that it is loading?
Yeah, well, during that period while XP was loading, the computer just restarted, once again, hard-boot style.
So, I just let it keep going, and let it restart itself, to see if it can fix itself, which sometimes it actually does. But this time, it didn't. It kept going until it got to the XP boot-up screen, and crashed again. Resatrted itself... kept going like this for a few time. So, I finally shut off the thing and here I am now.
I know it's not a compatibility issue, since my processor and motherboard are supported, and I meet the minimum spec requirements.
Does anyone know of a solution? Or how to reverse/cancel/revert back to my old settings?
My computer can no longer reach my desktop, it continually crashes at the boot-up screen.
If you know anything, please post, you help is greatly appreciated.