How to overclock Intel Core i5-2500K on Asrock Z68 Extreme4 Gen3?

Monday, February 13, 2012

The best method is to do it from the bios, you better download the realtemp and keep on checking the core temps when it will be stressing during testing, I believe that it will be not go more than 70c on sandy bridge, you better raise your cpu multiplier such that it reach the cpu speed which you would like to have it or to clock, do the same for the RAM. I would suggest that use xmp for RAM settings or even can set up manually, set the DRAM voltage which is been printed on the RAM. I think VTT voltage can be around 1.08-1.10v and CPU voltage around 1.2-1.25v for 4 GHz, but it is totally depended on CPU which you are using it. So when done with all this then you have overclocked the system.


PCI driver missing on HP Compaq dc7700 running on windows 7

I have checked out for the same and according to the hardware ids they are appearing to be related to the Intel(R) Management Engine Interface, in that case the below driver should work for you without any issues. Best of luck.

Intel Management Engine Interface Driver


Netflix channel working very slow after update

Ok through the below steps on your router and after that your issue will get solved:
On browser type: IP address to access router's administration console.
Now while doing this you will prompt to enter the password to access network settings.
Look for the DNS server settings are specified.
Type IP address for Primary and secondary DNS servers as specified below:
Google IP addresses: and
Now once you fished this save the setting and restart the browser.


How to install or Remove hard drive in Toshiba Satellite A35-S159

Remove the small plastic piece that is located above and between the 'F9' and 'F10' keys.
Remove the small Phillips screw that is now exposed above and between the 'F9' and 'F10' keys.
Remove the 2 Phillips screws that are located next to each of the LCD hinges on the back side panel.
Remove the Phillips screw that is above the parallel port on the back side panel.
Remove the Phillips screw that is above the serial port on the back side panel.
Remove the entire top half of the notebook.
Flip the keyboard back towards the LCD and let it rest there.
Remove the 5 Phillips screws from the silver plated shield where the keyboard rested on.
Remove the silver plated shield.
Locate the small battery in front of the hard drive and carefully reposition it our of the way.
Slide the hard drive back towards you.
Remove the hard drive out of the notebook.
Remove the bracket from the old hard drive and assemble it onto the new hard drive.
Insert the new hard drive into the notebook and slide it forward making sure that it is fully seated.
Replace the small battery back in front of the hard drive.
Replace the silver plated shield and its respective 5 Phillips screws.
Lower the keyboard back down to its orginal position.
Replace the top half of the notebook, making sure that it is securely snapped down in place.
Replace the 5 screws that were removed in STEPS 2-5 above.
Replace the small plastic piece that was remove in STEP #1.
Insert the EZ Drive diskette in the floppy drive and power the notebook on.
Choose the 'Advanced Options' selection from the Main Menu.
Select the 'EZ BIOS Setup' selection from the 'Advanced Options' Menu.
Hit the 'Y' key to enable the EZ BIOS Fix.
Remove the diskette from the floppy drive and reboot your notebook.


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