Could not mount root filesystem w/ overclock but if set back it works
OK so heres the problem, when i overclock my CPU even if its just a little (2.7ghz clocked to 3.0ghz) i get the error "could not mount root filesystem dropping to a limited shell" with a initrans command line with "ubuntu busybox" on the top of the screen (this is in linux mint boot up). To try to solve the problem i changed my OS to sabayon in the hopes of the very different OS working properly, but unfortunately now i get the error "could not mount root device type -q to skip -t to automatically mount or "shell" for a shell" at startup. The wierd part though is that if i restore it back to the defaults in the bios it boots like nothing ever happened (with mint and sabayon). Also windows will boot fine with or without the overclocking without a problem. If it means anything the interface used for both was/is KDE, the cpu is a AMD Vision A4-3400, the motherboard is a GIGABYTE GA-A55M-DS2 AMD A Series Motherboard with two modules of Corsair CMX4GX3M1A1333C9 XMS3 4GB DDR3 ram for a total 8gb of ddr3 1333. If anyone has any ideas on how to fix my problem i would be happy to hear them.