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post #11 of 17
Now that I think about it...I've seen the I/O panel CMOS buttons and switches not want to work before. If you could find an actual jumper it might work.

Though there is nothing wrong with just popping out that battery for a bit either.
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Originally Posted by Vagrant Storm View Post

Now that I think about it...I've seen the I/O panel CMOS buttons and switches not want to work before. If you could find an actual jumper it might work.

Though there is nothing wrong with just popping out that battery for a bit either.
The button worked, I think the problem was that I might have been pressing it while there was some left over juice in the system after unplugging it.

I was wrong about it fixing the boot issue though. I hit power once and everything turns on but I get no keyboard or mouse lights so it's like a fake boot so I have to turn it off and back on for it to actually boot, every time.

Also, display driver is still crashing with multiple different drivers, both plugged directly into the motherboard and with the riser card that comes with the case.
post #13 of 17
Have you removed the graphics card ant re-seated it? You might want to do the same with your memory...or anything that is in a slot.

Actually, I'd try removing all memory...let it belly ache about it...then put it back in and try it.
Edited by Vagrant Storm - 3/24/14 at 12:35pm
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post #14 of 17
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Have you removed the graphics card ant re-seated it? You might want to do the same with your memory...or anything that is in a slot.
Yeah, with the RVZ01 it actually sits on a bracket and plugs into an extender and a riser, I went ahead and removed it from that and plugged it directly into the motherboard to check if it was the riser card causing problems and it wasn't.

If I uninstall display drivers with DDU, it doesn't crash at all, but I've tried installing multiple drivers and they all make it crash.
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Another weird thing that happens is whenever I click restart, my computer just shuts down instead of actually restarting.
post #16 of 17
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Another weird thing that happens is whenever I click restart, my computer just shuts down instead of actually restarting.

Unplug and reseat the 24 pin power connector to the mother board...I would not be surprised if that is the problem.
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post #17 of 17
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Unplug and reseat the 24 pin power connector to the mother board...I would not be surprised if that is the problem.
I tried that, I tried different cables and a different power supply but none of them worked.
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