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asus M4A89GTD pro not booting please help!

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I built this system up a couple days ago with gtx 560 and AMD x 6 (black edition) after installing all the drivers and unfortunately.. express gate which I don't need (after deleting it still shows text "loading express gate".. just mentioning if this could have something to do with no boot) it started being tricky. after good nightsleep it took like 3 restarts to boot next morning, now after it auto OC'd itself it shut down suddenly once, I deleted all asus softwares such as turboV evo, and ran happily, restarted well, and after another night, booting it in the morning it won't boot. I hear it starting but it shows black screen. tried resetting bios, battery, jumper, everything and played with GPU ppretty long to come to conclusion it's the MB.

I have gaming keyboard that lights up upon startup, so I can tell it haven't even loaded windows because the buttons won't light up. I have tried reset and it won't even shut down (nor reset) when forced, I need to take power cord off everytime. (or press power off from PSI..)

I googled this for ages, similiar problems but never this kind of. I need this to work for atleast a week if it is still tricky think I should order gigabyte one?
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Go to the tools section of the bios and disable express gate.

See if that helps.


Gyro
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Go to the tools section of the bios and disable express gate.

See if that helps.


Gyro
But the screen is black, I can't get to bios. Perhaps I did not describe the problem enough. I tried reseating ram and after that it don't even react to power button (yes all cords are set correctly and they are attached to button) im sure it's the MB. case has lights which light for brief second so it's not the power either. + I tested it with two powers already with same result exactly. Asus MB never again.. now I need to get it to work and to be honest I'd be happy if I really had to replace the MB I'd get gigabyte...
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I would take out the hard drive. Back up any files that you have that you want to keep and reinstall everything back from scratch. The registry and the Drivers are messed up my friend.

Pull the battery and reset the Cmos by jumper. Unplug the PSU while doing all the above.

Do It Again.


    
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I would take out the hard drive. Back up any files that you have that you want to keep and reinstall everything back from scratch. The registry and the Drivers are messed up my friend.

Pull the battery and reset the Cmos by jumper. Unplug the PSU while doing all the above.

Do It Again.


well I reseted by jumper and also by bios battery. (is the bios battery very fragile? it fell to bottom of the case with bang.. seems like normal battery to me thought.)

Then I reseated RAM cards from 2 blue to two black seats and it no longer even took power to start with (I checked with other power it's not power's fault.) power button is wired and power wires are properly set.

do you still think reinstalling everything will do the thing? I thought of taking it to some near-by store.. assumably can do the thing without breaking stuff.
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Phenom II X6 1090T Black Edition, AM3, 3.2GHz ASUS M4A89GTD-PRO/USB3 GeForce GTX 560ti (palit) 4GB, DDR3 1333MHz, CL9 (2x) 
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Phenom II X6 1090T Black Edition, AM3, 3.2GHz ASUS M4A89GTD-PRO/USB3 GeForce GTX 560ti (palit) 4GB, DDR3 1333MHz, CL9 (2x) 
Hard DriveOSPower
1TB Caviar Black, SATA 3, 7200rpm, 64MB Windows 7 750W "Super Series" ATX-virtalähde / Cable managem 
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Pull the battery and reset the Cmos by jumper.

I did this without taking the battery off.. could it be that it damaged something?
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Phenom II X6 1090T Black Edition, AM3, 3.2GHz ASUS M4A89GTD-PRO/USB3 GeForce GTX 560ti (palit) 4GB, DDR3 1333MHz, CL9 (2x) 
Hard DriveOSPower
1TB Caviar Black, SATA 3, 7200rpm, 64MB Windows 7 750W "Super Series" ATX-virtalähde / Cable managem 
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Phenom II X6 1090T Black Edition, AM3, 3.2GHz ASUS M4A89GTD-PRO/USB3 GeForce GTX 560ti (palit) 4GB, DDR3 1333MHz, CL9 (2x) 
Hard DriveOSPower
1TB Caviar Black, SATA 3, 7200rpm, 64MB Windows 7 750W "Super Series" ATX-virtalähde / Cable managem 
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