Question Pc no display

Feb 1, 2022
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I’m having a issue with my pc I started my pc up fine and started to load into a game I got up from my chair to go do something for 2 minutes my 2 year old ran into my office and has done something to my pc when I got back the screen was black and frozen with the cursor in the middle of the screen and wasn’t responding I tried to CTRL ALT DEL but still no response I waited about 2 minutes before finally just shutting my pc off by pressing the button on the back of the power supply i then turned my pc back on and it loaded up the bios selection screen for half a second before going back to a black screen so I shut it off again after waiting for a couple more minutes I noticed on the motherboard when I tried to boot it back up again I saw that there were white LEDs moving back and forth so I looked closer and noticed that below the LEDs it said EZ DEBUG LED with BOOT VGA DRAM and CPU above it the white light kept moving back and forth from VGA to CPU before it eventually stopped on BOOT and I’m still left with no display I’ve tried reseating the ram by removing them all but one and trying a different type of ram both of which worked perfectly before hand I then tried reseating the GPU and still had no display so I reset the CMOS then removed the NVME SSD I had installed and tried using a HDD with still no luck I’m not really sure what else I can try and I don’t know what the issue is if anyone could help i would really appreciate it.
CPU:Ryzen 7 3700x
Motherboard:MSI B550M PRO-VDH
Ram:Crucial sport red 2x8gb
SSD/HDD:WD Black 256gb
GPU:Gigabyte gtx 1660 super oc
PSU:EVGA 450w 80+ bronze
OS:Windows 10
 
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Lutfij

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Welcome to the forums, newcomer!

It'd help with comprehension if you added spaces and full stops in parts of your text wall. That being said, how old is the PSU in your build? EVGA is the brand of the unit while 450W is the advertised wattage, finally 80+ bronze is the 80+ efficiency rating. Please mention the model of the unit.

Try breadboarding the system essentials and have one stick of ram on slot A2. While breadboarded, inspect the system if there are any liquid spilled over it, as in if your 2 year old might've drooled over the board. I'm assuming the system was on the floor and not perched up on a desk. As for resetting the CMOS, disconnect from the wall and display and then remove the CMOS battery for at least 30 minutes. You can then short the front panel pins for 10 seconds to drain any residual power off the board. Replace the battery and then try with a stick of ram in slot A2 on the board. At this point, you can leave the OS drive out while you will need the discrete GPU to get display out.

How old is the PSU in your build?
 
Feb 1, 2022
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0
10
Welcome to the forums, newcomer!

It'd help with comprehension if you added spaces and full stops in parts of your text wall. That being said, how old is the PSU in your build? EVGA is the brand of the unit while 450W is the advertised wattage, finally 80+ bronze is the 80+ efficiency rating. Please mention the model of the unit.

Try breadboarding the system essentials and have one stick of ram on slot A2. While breadboarded, inspect the system if there are any liquid spilled over it, as in if your 2 year old might've drooled over the board. I'm assuming the system was on the floor and not perched up on a desk. As for resetting the CMOS, disconnect from the wall and display and then remove the CMOS battery for at least 30 minutes. You can then short the front panel pins for 10 seconds to drain any residual power off the board. Replace the battery and then try with a stick of ram in slot A2 on the board. At this point, you can leave the OS drive out while you will need the discrete GPU to get display out.

How old is the PSU in your build?
I tried everything you suggested and my pc started up just like normal it seems to be working ok I’m not really sure what it was I did that fixed it though but I really appreciate the help thank you so much!