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If it is booting you should hear the Windows chimes when the OS loads. Also, I'm not familiar with your motherboard but many give off a single beep when they are first powered on when functioning properly. Does yours usually do that? If so, is it giving that single beep now?

Also, try resetting your BIOS and see if that fixes it.

Also, try reseating your gpu and blow out the slot with compressed air. It's unlikely but some dust might have wormed its way down there when you cleaned your fans.

Also, this one is very obvious so don't be offended but I've done this one myself. Make sure the monitor is plugged into the gpu. lol

...Also, do you have another gpu that you can test to rule that out as the culprit? Or another pc to test the current gpu?
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If it is booting you should hear the Windows chimes when the OS loads. Also, I'm not familiar with your motherboard but many give off a single beep when they are first powered on when functioning properly. Does yours usually do that? If so, is it giving that single beep now?

Also, try resetting your BIOS and see if that fixes it.

Also, try reseating your gpu and blow out the slot with compressed air. It's unlikely but some dust might have wormed its way down there when you cleaned your fans.

Also, this one is very obvious so don't be offended but I've done this one myself. Make sure the monitor is plugged into the gpu. lol

...Also, do you have another gpu that you can test to rule that out as the culprit? Or another pc to test the current gpu?
ok my mb doesnt normally beep, and how can i reset my bios?
i will take out and put my gpu back in.. and my monitor cable was connected lol...
tomorrow i can try placing my gpu into another computer...
with instant boot enabled, i dont hear the windows chimes... idk what the real problem is
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ok my mb doesnt normally beep, and how can i reset my bios?
i will take out and put my gpu back in.. and my monitor cable was connected lol...
tomorrow i can try placing my gpu into another computer...
with instant boot enabled, i dont hear the windows chimes... idk what the real problem is
To reset your bios:

Download your users manual from here: http://www.asrock.com/mb/manual.asp?...43Twins-FullHD

Page 12 shows the layout and the location of the Clear CMOS Jumper (CLRCMOS1)

Then: "To clear and reset the system parameters to default setup, please turn off the computer and unplug the power cord from the power supply. After waiting for 15 seconds, use a jumper cap to short pin2 and pin3 on CLRCMOS1 for 5 seconds."
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To reset your bios:

Download your users manual from here: http://www.asrock.com/mb/manual.asp?...43Twins-FullHD

Page 12 shows the layout and the location of the Clear CMOS Jumper (CLRCMOS1)

Then: "To clear and reset the system parameters to default setup, please turn off the computer and unplug the power cord from the power supply. After waiting for 15 seconds, use a jumper cap to short pin2 and pin3 on CLRCMOS1 for 5 seconds."
ok, and after i do this, do you think it will work again?
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ok, and after i do this, do you think it will work again?
Maybe. It is usually the first thing I try when troubleshooting.

Finding a problem with a system is generally a process of eliminating what could be wrong and whatever is left is your problem. Worst case scenario is that you fried your mb and/or cpu. To determine if that is the cause you essentially have to rule everything else out through trial and error.

Everything else is testable. Your gpu, RAM, etc... can be put into other systems to make sure they are functioning properly.

If after assuring all components are functioning and your rig still isn't working I would remove the entire system from the chassis and just plug in the bare minimum (ie 1 stick of RAM, no add-on cards etc.)

In fact, since you have an onboard gpu I would go ahead and take out your gpu and plug your monitor into the motherboard to rule that out.
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Maybe. It is usually the first thing I try when troubleshooting.

Finding a problem with a system is generally a process of eliminating what could be wrong and whatever is left is your problem. Worst case scenario is that you fried your mb and/or cpu. To determine if that is the cause you essentially have to rule everything else out through trial and error.

Everything else is testable. Your gpu, RAM, etc... can be put into other systems to make sure they are functioning properly.

If after assuring all components are functioning and your rig still isn't working I would remove the entire system from the chassis and just plug in the bare minimum (ie 1 stick of RAM, no add-on cards etc.)

In fact, since you have an onboard gpu I would go ahead and take out your gpu and plug your monitor into the motherboard to rule that out.
ok then thanks,, i will see what i can do
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Good luck.
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Good luck.
Hey great news! I cleared my CMOS and my pc booted!
Lost all my oc settings but i can get them back
Thanks again dude... now i kno what to do whenever it happens again
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Hey great news! I cleared my CMOS and my pc booted!
Lost all my oc settings but i can get them back
Thanks again dude... now i kno what to do whenever it happens again
Glad I could help, bro.
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Glad I could help, bro.
yeah but gess what?
i put the ssd back in and the same thing happened again with no display,,
i reset the bios again twice and it still doesnt work...
i feel so stoopid... what can i do now?
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