I have Ubuntu 12.04 on a custom built machine.
1.800 GHz Quad Core CPU
The motherboard was taken from an HP machine, it's got 4 HD's
HDD1: Western Digital 300GB (desktop SATA II)
HDD2: Seagate 500GB (desktop SATA II)
HDD3: Western Digital Scorpio Blue 160GB (laptop SATA II)
HDD4: Hitachi 160GB (laptop SATA II) (boot disk.)
It's got 4GB RAM
it's got a stock power supply unit from the HP I mentioned earlier.
It's got 2 front USB, 4 rear.
I'ts got a card reader. No CD/DVD drive, I get my movies from the net.
The lights regarding power and disk usage are custom.
When I boot it up, the BIOS screen comes on, then there's a blinking underscore in the top left for about a second then the monitor says, "frequency out of range".
Then 5.33 seconds later, the screen flashes and the Ubuntu login screen comes on, and everything is jolly good. How do I fix my "Frequency out of range"? It didn't happen with my old custom desktop, but only with this mobo. Help is most appreciated.