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post #41 of 48
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Originally Posted by Vuashke View Post
shouldnt it at least turn on without turning itself off in 1/2 a second??
Correct.
You can power on a system without RAM and it will still have the fans spinning and appear 'on', while giving you long beeps from the PC speaker, indicative of missing/faulty RAM..
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Thread Starter 
hi guys, thanks again for the help. my dad took out all the plugs for the monitor/pc and stuff when i was sleeping and everything is working again. i have no idea what the issue is, but temps are low 20s-30s. any idea what it couldve been? just a bad power plug?
post #43 of 48
strange indeed,would suggest you get use to the debug led.can be useful information in case of other probs that may occur in the future.

see manual pages39-42.
post #44 of 48
Thread Starter 
thank you clock12, i will
post #45 of 48
yeah,and check your bios version,pretty sure that its not the new 1.4 out of the box.
check the ram setting too.
post #46 of 48
Thread Starter 
ram settings are normal

i dont know how to check the bios version, ill read the manual and see what it says
post #47 of 48
I seem to remember that some Asus boards did this ( Asrock used to be a subsidiary of Asus..), and the fix was to pull the power plug from the PSU for a few minutes.

If it happens again, try that.
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post #48 of 48
bios version can be checked for example using the asrock axtu tool:



of course also during post or other hardware monitoring progs like aida.
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