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Re: Suspected motherboard issue

Postby 8 valves » Wed Sep 12, 2018 9:30 am

DJTY wrote:
Nuhr 187 wrote:
chela14 wrote:
Nuhr 187 wrote:Hey guys, i have recently purchased a PC but after having it for a couple of days i started to have an issue where i now have to constantly remove the power from the PSU and remove the CMOS battery for a couple of seconds, re-insert the cmos battery then the power cable into the PSU. Doing this will have the PC bootup, and only in this specific sequence, can you please assist and advise if this is a motherboard issue? i know that the 2x RAM slots are already faulty so could this board itself be a faulty board? Once the machine boots up and works it runs 100% and can reboot without any issues. I have tried the hardware reset and this has not resolved the issue, tried a new CMOS battery, used 1x RAM stick and moved it around the slots, etc. Did anyone else experience this issue as this is the first time i encountered this issue and i hope that it's not the motherboard. :slap:
replace motherboard or try to reflash bios

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Will try flashing BIOS tonight, this is super annoying...


Might be the core...


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Re: Suspected motherboard issue

Postby psykes » Wed Sep 12, 2018 9:31 am

8 valves wrote:
psykes wrote:
Nuhr 187 wrote:Thanks a lot buddy, is this Ridha? bbmhof

Poosain :thumbup:


And i thank you Psykes

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Re: Suspected motherboard issue

Postby Sumo » Wed Sep 12, 2018 9:37 am

Where is Alpha H? Smaak to lmimp a bit :think:
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Re: Suspected motherboard issue

Postby M@ximus » Wed Sep 12, 2018 9:55 am

Sumo wrote:Where is Alpha H? Smaak to lmimp a bit :think:


That man is too educated to discus trivial things like motherboards.
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Re: Suspected motherboard issue

Postby k20z4_boi » Wed Sep 12, 2018 9:57 am

Sumo wrote:Where is Alpha H? Smaak to lmimp a bit :think:


telling the people face to face what time it is, or maybe worse
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