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[Solved] Boot Loop

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teodz1984
Posted (edited)

Looks like Motherboards Shorted if you get that even with just memory on

(assuming PSU is powered on)

Edited by teodz1984

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Israeli_Eagle
Posted (edited)
8 minutes ago, teodz1984 said:

Looks like Motherboards Shorted if you get that even with just memory on

 

It simply means that electricity and all voltages are needed!! :lmao:

 

Edited by Israeli_Eagle

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knowledge
Posted (edited)

 now i read most comment it maybe a power  problem

 sounds like computer power supply

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teodz1984

I think we are at a stalemate here unless the OP changes his PSU..

 

 

 

 

 

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Knightmare

Changed the psu; same issue. Keep going, boys.

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knowledge
7 minutes ago, Knightmare said:

Changed the psu; same issue. Keep going, boys.

u have tested if harddrive boot if put in next computer  to see if hardrive ok  i mean boot in some pc but not yours

it do sound like power supply

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Israeli_Eagle
Posted (edited)
13 minutes ago, Knightmare said:

Changed the psu; same issue. Keep going, boys.

 

:omg:

 

Ufff... Then must be the motherboard sadly and might not be an Asus board?

 

4 minutes ago, knowledge said:

u have tested if harddrive boot if put in next computer  to see if hardrive ok  i mean boot in some pc but not yours

it do sound like power supply

 

Hellllllloooooooo!!! WAKE UP!!

He cannot even open the BIOS!!!!!!!!!  :duh:

Edited by Israeli_Eagle

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Israeli_Eagle
Posted (edited)
9 minutes ago, teodz1984 said:

GET A NEW MOTHERBOARD 

 

Last test: Disconnect all fans, all SSD/HDD etc.

If still cannot open for example the BIOS then you really need a new motherboard. :huh:

 

Theoretically might also the CPU or GPU died instead, but that really never happened yet in my life.

 

Edited by Israeli_Eagle

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Knightmare

Ended up dropping $500 on a whole new system. :D

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nsan3
30 minutes ago, Knightmare said:

Ended up dropping $500 on a whole new system. :D

Amazing indeed, do spare some time to dish out the specs over here, would love to know, cheers.

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MrZeb
14 hours ago, Knightmare said:

Ended up dropping $500 on a whole new system. :D

 

Is an option for sure...

 

I would try to reset the BIOS and test with all the devices disconnected.

 

If you remove the memory and power the machine it produces any beeps?

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Knightmare
2 hours ago, MrZeb said:

 

Is an option for sure...

 

I would try to reset the BIOS and test with all the devices disconnected.

 

If you remove the memory and power the machine it produces any beeps?

I already purchased the new system. My friend took the computer with him and I shipped the parts to his house. He's going to put it together this weekend.

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DKT27

Well, I would have liked you trying to fix it. But no beeps or message shows that motherboard can be a reason here.

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Knightmare

My friend brought over my computer and I can boot into windows but the mouse and keyboard don't work. I used a windows install from a flash drive but the mouse and keyboard won't work in that either. Anyone know a tool to load and unload drivers from a flash drive? 

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Israeli_Eagle
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1 hour ago, Knightmare said:

My friend brought over my computer and I can boot into windows but the mouse and keyboard don't work. I used a windows install from a flash drive but the mouse and keyboard won't work in that either. Anyone know a tool to load and unload drivers from a flash drive? 

 

You have to install the new chipset drivers!

Per default USB2 devices work usually always, only check maybe your BIOS settings.

But if you use some wireless & weird extra drivers they cannot work without re-installing! Also cleaning the USB firmware caches might be needed. I recommend only good wired devices.

One problem of wireless is: What's first there, egg or chicken?? ;)

 

Edited by Israeli_Eagle

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Pequi

I'd have disconnected just the back chassis fan, which was probably shorted (you mentioned it no longer worked).

But it was probably the PSU ...

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Knightmare
1 hour ago, Pequi said:

I'd have disconnected just the back chassis fan, which was probably shorted (you mentioned it no longer worked).

But it was probably the PSU ...

No, the fan and psu work. It was the motherboard. 

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teodz1984
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re:  It was the motherboard. 

As I've been telling you all along

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Wartas

You tried cleaning the ram with a pencil eraser, if you remove the GPU and put the monitor directly to the CPU, the source will start the fan?
I had a similar problem, that I did not start the CPU and it restarted constantly and after a lot of watching it was the CPU that died, because all the fans were starting, both those in the box and the GPU, the source, I did not let reinstall Windows
Test and luck .....

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DKT27

Topic marked as solved.

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Archanus

If I were you I would bought a new PC jajajaja just kidding :) Glad your problem has gone :D 

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