Question Confirming Motherboard has Failed

indy31

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Good day,

My PC has apparently failed today and I am struggling to figure out what has happened. My build is

MOBO ASUS b250m plus
Intel i5 chip
Radeon RX 480
Antec 750W Earthwatts
Corsair RAM CMK 16GX Vengeance

To start the day, the PC wouldn't even post. After turning it on/off again a few times, I was able to get to this screen:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1CSJ9iXzKQP6yQSCFUXGX4QYpT3OmWYQR/view?usp=sharing

I thought it may be the videocard, so I removed it and was able to get the PC to boot again. So, I assumed it must be a faulty video card.

I then plugged the monitory in to the Mobos onboard display and was able to use the PC for a while. After 5-10 minutes though, it did this:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/14-UD0SjWFMbB6DkNRNKZgiKM11bL02Pf/view?usp=sharing

So now I feel I have two potential problems - the motherboard or the PSU. I'm at a loss as to how to confirm one or the other and may just end up having to pay a tech to assist me

Any assistance would be appreciated.
 
Good day,

My PC has apparently failed today and I am struggling to figure out what has happened. My build is

MOBO ASUS b250m plus
Intel i5 chip
Radeon RX 480
Antec 750W Earthwatts
Corsair RAM CMK 16GX Vengeance

To start the day, the PC wouldn't even post. After turning it on/off again a few times, I was able to get to this screen:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1CSJ9iXzKQP6yQSCFUXGX4QYpT3OmWYQR/view?usp=sharing

I thought it may be the videocard, so I removed it and was able to get the PC to boot again. So, I assumed it must be a faulty video card.

I then plugged the monitory in to the Mobos onboard display and was able to use the PC for a while. After 5-10 minutes though, it did this:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/14-UD0SjWFMbB6DkNRNKZgiKM11bL02Pf/view?usp=sharing

So now I feel I have two potential problems - the motherboard or the PSU. I'm at a loss as to how to confirm one or the other and may just end up having to pay a tech to assist me

Any assistance would be appreciated.
Reset the bios, unplug the power from psu, remove bios battery from mobo "watch type battery" hold power button on case for 30s x2 times and try again. After reseating bios battery and psu cable
 
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