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so i literally just built a new computer this week. And after 24 hours of leak testing everything was fine, no leaks through out the system anywhere. So I started my computer up and started updating drivers and such. Got all my programs installed played some games everything.

Now no less than one day after that, after a restart the system wouldn't reboot. So I calmly went to look for a decode error.. there was nothing. I decided to try and boot the system again. The PSU turned on for a split second then went off. Okay I thought so I started unplugging everything and then put my PSU jumper in that i used to fill my pump thinking maybe it was the psu. The psu clicked on instantly and all my fans and pump started up. So i thought Maybe its something with my graphics card or cpu?. First I upluged the GPU's power and left it in the PCI slot. Started the system. The system got no boot window but a decode error of 62 (Installation of the PCH Run time Service.)

Okay I thought so then I completely removed the graphics card from the system and it booted normally. I then thought maybe it was that slot that was bad. Tested it on all other slots. the same exact results. Do I maybe Have a dead GPU? Or is it possibly a faulty motherboard?

Computer specs:

CPU I7:3770k
GPU: EVGA GTX 680
MOBO: Gigabyte z77x UD5H
Memory: Corsair Vengance 8gb (4gb x2)
Storage: Samsung 840 120gb
WD Caviar blue 1tb 7200 RPM
Cooling: XSPC Raystorm water cooling kit
Edited by fanaticstv - 5/11/13 at 2:03am
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PSU jumper?
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post #3 of 23
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Originally Posted by Lever Guy View Post

PSU jumper?

Uhh i dont really know what its actually called its just a little thing i got with my water cooling pump that allows me to start up the PSU with out plugin in the 24 pin into the mother board so can fill my system. Its just a white plastic 24 pin block that wires to keep the psu running.
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oh ok. just thought you were jumping it while it was attached to your motherboard.

have you tried resetting the bios?
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post #5 of 23
disconnect the power to the board and try pushing the Clear CMOS button.
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post #6 of 23
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disconnect the power to the board and try pushing the Clear CMOS button.
Did that a couple of time still got the same strings over and over again
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what version BIOS you running?
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post #8 of 23
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I updated to the most recent non beta drivers which are the F14 drivers
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[edit]not the drivers, the BIOS firmware for your motherboard. the person in the thread i linked to was having the same error 62 code on a Gigabyte Z77x board. flashing the BIOS with an updated one fixed the problem for him.

sorry didn't realize F14 was the firmware. i'll do some digging, and see what i can find.
Edited by Lever Guy - 5/11/13 at 12:43pm
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post #10 of 23
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Originally Posted by Lever Guy View Post

not the drivers, the BIOS firmware for your motherboard. the person in the thread i linked to was having the same error 62 code on a Gigabyte Z77x board. flashing the BIOS with an updated one fixed the problem for him.

Thats what I meant, those are the bios. Sorry poorly worded that. Those are the most recent uptodate bios that are not in beta right now.
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