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post #21 of 31
Try taking out the cmos battery, with it unplugged of course and also try turning on the computer to use up what power is in the system. then leave alone for a minute. then tell us what happens

Of course also let us know if you already did that
    
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post #22 of 31
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Originally Posted by AznDud333 View Post

that kinda attitude wont get you help at all, if clear cmos was done properly your pc would boot by now, not everyone owns your board so go read the manual..

I stated multiple times that clear cmos button didnt work and what do you do?
You can talk about attitude all you want, but yours isnt any better.

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Could it be possible that some piece of hardware was close to going out and the voltage increase even while not high at all pushed something over the edge?

Everything is brand new, except for the videocard which is a couple months old but I didnt touch the gpu voltage.
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Try taking out the cmos battery, with it unplugged of course and also try turning on the computer to use up what power is in the system. then leave alone for a minute. then tell us what happens
Of course also let us know if you already did that

Oke
post #23 of 31
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Originally Posted by aHumanBeing View Post

proper way to clear cmos is, shut off computer>unplug>press power to discharge electricity held in caps> switch jumper to clear position, leave there, plug back in computer> turn on computer for about 15 seconds (nothing will show on screen)> turn off computer> unplug> press power to discharge> switch jumper back to normal> plug back in> reboot> clap hands
*those clear CMOS buttons suck big time

proper way to clear the cmos is just turn off your computer then press the clear cmos button for just a second or two, or
switch the jumper to clear position for just a second or two, or
take out the cmos battery for just a second or two
post #24 of 31
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Originally Posted by AznDud333 View Post

that kinda attitude wont get you help at all, if clear cmos was done properly your pc would boot by now, not everyone owns your board so go read the manual..

he did the proper wayS to cclear the cmos. what makes you 100% sure that clearing the cmos will fix it?
post #25 of 31
try taking your cpu, gpu, or ram out then reinstall.
post #26 of 31
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Ive done everything I can, I think Im doing an RMA. Also, it seems like im not the only one having these issues with this board, Clearing cmos seems really dodgy.
post #27 of 31
have you plugged in the debug speaker yet?
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post #28 of 31
+1 on debug speaker, did you try the method I mentioned above? I know it's a little time consuming but when I work on servers, laptops and customer computers we follow that procedure because most computers don't have a cmos reset button.

also it's worth trying to boot your computer without your HDD plugged in...it will still go to bios if it works. Also unplug, cd rom, video card and any other fans other than the CPU HSF.

Hopefully something will fire up eventually smile.gif
     
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post #29 of 31
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+1 on debug speaker, did you try the method I mentioned above? I know it's a little time consuming but when I work on servers, laptops and customer computers we follow that procedure because most computers don't have a cmos reset button.
also it's worth trying to boot your computer without your HDD plugged in...it will still go to bios if it works. Also unplug, cd rom, video card and any other fans other than the CPU HSF.
Hopefully something will fire up eventually smile.gif

Didn't know how to change jumper position.

Ill try booting without hdd.

Also, I dont have a dvd rom. I have tried booting without graphics card.
And everything does fire up, all the fans spin.
post #30 of 31
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I tried booting without hdd, didn't work. Code changed to c6.
Also tried booting with only the ssd, same things as before. Code a2.
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