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Q-code LED display

Hello. I was recommended to post my question here from the LTT forums.

https://linustechtips.com/main/topic...mment-13813642


I have an Asus X370 Crosshair VI Hero (WIFI AC) motherboard and I've had a lot of trouble with it over the last year. After disconnecting and reconnecting everything, I found the LED is blank/fully off once I load into windows. It used to say AA after loading into windows.

I am not sure what the LED should be displaying. Should it be blank if everything is okay? I am hoping it now being blank means reseating everything addressed the issues I've had going forward. Although on the flip side, I am worried the LED remaining off is a new symptom to an ever increasing list of instability issues. I would greatly appreciate insight here.
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The manual says that you can set it to a couple things, though, I'm not sure if it's right about setting it to display temp.

In my BIOS you can set it to turn off after POST.
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The manual says that you can set it to a couple things, though, I'm not sure if it's right about setting it to display temp.

In my BIOS you can set it to turn off after POST.
Where in the manual? I went through it twice and only see the q-code table

Also, where in the BIOS?


I seem to be blind on both accounts.
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Where in the manual? I went through it twice and only see the q-code table

Also, where in the BIOS?


I seem to be blind on both accounts.
Well I looked at the online pdf (which didn't have a q code table) and it was toward the end.

And in BIOS it's under Advanced. You can see it in the image. I'd imagine it's the same for you.

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