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You can try the bios to put things back to normal/default. Before you do that jot down the settings in case you want to put it back to OC values.
To all who have been puzzled by my discription of the problem; I appologize profusely.
The overclocking utility which I was remembering was/is for a completely different mobo.
It is in fact a utility packaged with some Gigabyte mobo's.
I am running Win 7 Pro on three separate machines.
The random re-boot problem (and POST beeps) turned out to be a malfunctioning Intel mobo.
Intel replaced the board. The problem deminished but still occurred. After two years of troubleshooting, I replaced the Intel with an Asus mobo and the problems disappeared.
This thread may now be closed.
To Intel: PLEASE put a spell-checker into this message posting arena.