Question System shutdown and won’t reboot

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Your mobo was released before your processor , which means that there is a possibility it wasnt updated to work with the new cpu.

I referenced this link https://forums.tomshardware.com/threads/ryzen-3600-compatible-with-b450-motherboards.3501218/

If im wrong, im sorry.
Not at all the strix b450 come ryzen 3000 ready i know for a fact same board i have says right on the box. However not fully supported the update they sell it with is crap and crashes a lot note why i asked if he updated the bios after buying the board
 
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Not at all the strix b450 come ryzen 3000 ready i know for a fact same board i have says right on the box. However not fully supported the update they sell it with is crap and crashes a lot note why i asked if he updated the bios after buying the board
My friends cpu is the same as mine, so I’m going to attempt to do a CMOS reset again and if nothing works I’ll have to find someone I know who has an older cpu
 
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Yes it should boot to a black screen withthe CLRTC pins short mine does without an issue your mobo may have an issue
Throwing a Hail Mary fix. Getting a new mobo tomorrow and praying that’s the issue. Talked to support and stuff and it’ll take over a month for repair. If that’s not the issue I’ll take the new mobo back and start at square one
 
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Throwing a Hail Mary fix. Getting a new mobo tomorrow and praying that’s the issue. Talked to support and stuff and it’ll take over a month for repair. If that’s not the issue I’ll take the new mobo back and start at square one
I don’t wanna inconvenience or risk any of my friends parts. I’ll try a different cpu if this doesn’t fix it, but my other findings and directly talking to asus support leads me to believe mobo
 

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