[SOLVED] Unknown Boot Screen

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Correction almost three ans that could be I have to go back into Bios at every start up ans loas my cpu over clock settint so it seems its not keeping memory
Your overclock is unstable and doesn't get loaded properly.

Go into BIOS, save default settings (do not load overclock profile).
Exit and boot into windows.

If your system doesn't retain correct clock settings after shutdown, then replace BIOS battery.

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I would expect this if the CMOS were corrupting or changing. The most common reason for this would be that the button battery is low. How old is the battery?
Correction almost three ans that could be I have to go back into Bios at every start up ans loas my cpu over clock settint so it seems its not keeping memory
 
Correction almost three ans that could be I have to go back into Bios at every start up ans loas my cpu over clock settint so it seems its not keeping memory
Your overclock is unstable and doesn't get loaded properly.

Go into BIOS, save default settings (do not load overclock profile).
Exit and boot into windows.

If your system doesn't retain correct clock settings after shutdown, then replace BIOS battery.
 
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