So I made some changes in BIOS.
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And after that, I can't get any post, the motherboard shows green light that writes "Boot".
Tried reseat the graphics card.
I tried removing CMOS battery for 5 minutes but it stays like that.
Clear cmos by header.
CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 5700X
tl;dr: flashed BIOS on Asus X470-F so I could use new Ryzen 5900X, but it won't post and my motherboard is showing the BOOT Q-LED error ?
So I can't tell if I screwed the pooch or if this is an actual error that's not my fault. I finally decided to upgrade my PC with a new CPU and case (GPU...
My build is a year old (built in December 2020) and has been running fine until today. I tried to turn it on like usual and immediately realized that something was wrong since my keyboard was not lighting up and nothing showed on my screen.
All fans are running when it turns on, but the boot...
- Mobo: Asus TUF Gaming X570 Pro-wifi
GPU: Radeon Pro WX3200
So initially I had an issue with the VGA Q-Led, solved by buying a graphics card. When tried to finally boot and have something is shown on the display the BOOT led activates.... I update to the latest BIOS...
My first specs were:
CPU: Ryzen 5 3600
GPU: GTX 1660 TI Zotac Amp
Memory: 2x8Gb 3000Mhz Corsair Vengeance LPX
Mobo: B450 Pro Aorus mATX
Power Supply: CX550 Corsair
SSD: XPG SX6000Lite 1Tb
After 6 months of normal use (turning on in the morning and turning off at night), suddenly my PC wasn't...
So basically about a year ago I bought I5-9600K and Asus Z390-H and I didn't notice that the corner of the CPU is bent and I cannot RMA it as the store will put the blame on me (I bought the CPU as Tray and got it in transparent Intel CPU sort of shell).
So my problem is that for a year the PC...