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Solved Custom pc not booting

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phillpower2

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Welcome to PCHF Orcadimus,

You mention not getting any beeps, checked the MB specs and it does not have an onboard speaker so unless you have fitted your own you will not get any beeps, see attachment below;
700w case com. All fans turn on. No beeps ram does not light up
Doesn`t look good for the motherboard :( as previously mentioned you will not get any error beeps from that model of MB unless you have fitted a BIOS error speaker like in the attachment but the fact that the RGB RAM does not light up suggests that there is no power going to the memory slots.

If you are 100% certain that the 8 pin and the 24 pin power connections are securely in place the board definitely looks to be bad and you should contact the merchant from where the board was purchased to arrange its return.

Please note that the board will be fully tested by the merchant and if any user damage is detected they will most likely not honour any warranty that the board may normally have.
 

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Orcadimus

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Ok thanks :) if the mother board is fried then would the fans still turn on and light up? And also could it be the cpu?
 

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That particular MB has a very bad DOA record (see reviews here) so it could be the board but at the same time it could be a compatibility issue between the version of BIOS that the MB ships with and that which the Ryzen 3 2200G(YD2200C5M4MFB) requires, see info here
 

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If the bios wasn't on the correct version would I be getting the same results as I previously stated? If so how would I go about updating the bios?
 

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If the bios wasn't on the correct version would I be getting the same results as I previously stated?
Yes and the reason for this is because the MB is getting power from the PSU but the BIOS chip cannot communicate with the CPU as it does not recognise it, this only if it is the wrong version of BIOS and the board itself is not bad.

how would I go about updating the bios?
The only way to do this is would be to fit a CPU that is compatible with the version of BIOS that the MB shipped with, update the BIOS to the latest version and then swap in the better CPU, this again only if it is a BIOS issue and the board itself is not bad, please see my canned info below for how to best avoid such issues;

For the best and most stable performance you should where possible purchase a CPU and RAM that have been tested and approved by the motherboard manufacturer, this is referred to as the QVL ( qualified vendors list ) understand though that there are too many products released for them all to be tested so other hardware will be compatible but not proven to be.

Good or bad you need to return the present MB and either find out if it was DOA or if it needs the BIOS updating to be able to use the Ryzen CPU that you have.
 

phillpower2

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i can hear the hdd being read
Sorry but that is not possible with a non functional MB and CPU, what you will be hearing is only the HDD mechanism moving as it does when it is getting power to it, nothing on screen = no functional processing or graphics.
 

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So far 100% done what i could have. Getting a new motherboard under warranty. If anyone else has viewed this thread and is having motherboard/pc issues similar to mine I'd say, unfortunately, you will need a new motherboard. Thanks to the admin etc for helping out as much as you could :)
 
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