Question My computer cannot boot due to XTU

Apr 5, 2020
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So, i was fiddling with XTU alittle and all i did was put up my CPU's voltage up by 1.00. My computer directly after this went black screen. After waiting about 15 minutes it remained black. I powered off the computer and tried to reboot it resulting in the same black screen. Im honestly not sure how to reverse this. I have done absolutely nothing in Bios, only in XTU. I cannot run any programs on my computer either. Can someone help me out with this?

Edit: After waiting about 25 minutes, windows popped up an error saying "The selected boot device failed. Press <Enter> to Continue." After clicking enter, the computer shuts off.
 
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EndEffeKt_24

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Does it post to Bios? If yes, go into the Bios and start the system in Safe Mode. This should prevent it from applying your settings in XTU again.
I personally doubt that xtu allows a raise of the VCore by 1.0v, but I am not sure.
 

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