Question PC won't boot ?

Valini

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My pc won't boot when I press the power button, no fans are spinning but my rgb mouse is lighting up. I had been using my system the previous night and I kind of fell asleep and left the system on, so when I woke up the next morning I didn't bother to turn it off I just kept using it so in all the system kept running for about 16 hours consistently, then a power outage happened and my system went off. When I tried to turn it on after it won't boot, so I bought a new power supply and installed it, however it still won't boot. Is it possible that it may be the motherboard? I don't want to go out and buy another part without being certain. Can you guys give some advice? And thank you in advance for any help.
 

Lutfij

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When posting a thread of troubleshooting nature, it's customary to include your full system's specs. Please list your system's specs like so:
CPU:
Motherboard:
Ram:
SSD/HDD:
GPU:
PSU:
Chassis:
OS:

Include the age of the PSU if it's aged.
 

Valini

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When posting a thread of troubleshooting nature, it's customary to include your full system's specs. Please list your system's specs like so:
CPU:
Motherboard:
Ram:
SSD/HDD:
GPU:
PSU:
Chassis:
OS:

Include the age of the PSU if it's aged.
Oh sorry,
Cpu: ryzen 3 2200g
Motherboard: asrock b450m pro4
RAM: 16gb 3200mhz t-force, 2 8gb sticks.
SSD: WD blue 500gb as boot drive and a sabrent 250gb m.2 nvme
GPU: evga 1650 super
PSU: evga 500w bq
OS: Windows 10 64 bit

I have ruled out the power button on case as being the issue by trying to short the power switch needles on the mother board but that seems to do nothing, I even tested the ram sticks by removing them and placing 1 at a time in a different slot.I haven't tested the gpu or any other components as yet though.
 

dorsai

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Try removing everything except one memory module...plug your monitor into the motherboard video output so you're using the onboard Ryzen 3 2200g graphics. See if it will go into the BIOS.

If you can get to the BIOS screen put all of your components back in one at a time (shut down and re-start between items of course) until it fails and you've found the part causing the problem.

If you can not get into the BIOS with just 1 memory stick in the motherboard it's time to RMA the board or replace it.
 

Valini

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Try removing everything except one memory module...plug your monitor into the motherboard video output so you're using the onboard Ryzen 3 2200g graphics. See if it will go into the BIOS.

If you can get to the BIOS screen put all of your components back in one at a time (shut down and re-start between items of course) until it fails and you've found the part causing the problem.

If you can not get into the BIOS with just 1 memory stick in the motherboard it's time to RMA the board or replace it.
I did exactly as you have said and I did not get a bios post, it seems I would need a new motherboard thank you so much for you help
 

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