[SOLVED] New AMD ryzen 7 processor and MSI x470 not showing display

Oct 26, 2018
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So I'm saved up to upgrade my computer. Decided to go with AMD but when I put it together there was no display. After sending some of the new parts back to problem persisted. There were blinking red lights on the motherboard but I tried minimum requirements and that made the lights stop but still no display.

CPU: ryzen 7 2700x
MB: MSI x470 gaming plus
GPU: nivida evea 970
RAM: DDR4 8x2
PSU: Corsair cx650M
SSD: 550 Gb
HD: 1 Tb

I don't know what else to do, I think it might be the BIOS but I don't know how to deal with that with no display.

Please help me, you're my only hope.
 
Oct 26, 2018
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Yes that is my MB. The CPU light next to the MB power cable and PCLe lights were blinking but stopped after I used minimum requirements. The manual didn't say anything about the light. I will check the online version. Thank you
 
Feb 14, 2019
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Yes that is my MB. The CPU light next to the MB power cable and PCLe lights were blinking but stopped after I used minimum requirements. The manual didn't say anything about the light. I will check the online version. Thank you
Were you able to fix this problem? I am having it right now and not sure what to do, would really help if you could give some info on it.
 
Feb 14, 2019
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Does the following link present your motherboard?

https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/X470-GAMING-PLUS/Overview

If so, please provide more information about which red lights were blinking.

Do you have the User Manual? If so the manual should help you understand the red lights via EZ Debug.

If no manual then:

https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/support/X470-GAMING-PLUS
Could you help me out? I also have the same problem but no lights are blinking. Using hdmi to my tv, was working but now it has suddenly stopped projecting a display. Have switched the hdmi and the tv to a monitor still no signal. I do not know what is wrong and am in need of help.
 

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