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Fardeen Chy

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  1. hey guys i fixed it. Thank you so much for the quick response and the help
  2. @PyroTheWise Hey man thanks for that it worked now when i put the memory in the slots 2/4. The error code is gone now and the PC keeps running. But now there is nothing being outputted on the monitor. I tried all the HDMI ports but it isnt working. What do u suggest i do now?
  3. Hey thanks for the response. How would i do bios update since the bios menu doesnt even show up? Also what do you mean when you say is the memory in the 2nd slot? I tried moving the sticks around the slots and that didnt work. And i also tried with just one stick too. Please bare with me its my first time building a desktop.
  4. I just built a pc for the first time but I'm having trouble after putting it all together. This is my build: Motherboard: X470 Taichi CPU: Ryzen 7 2700x Memory: GSkill Ripjaws V DDR4-3200 8Gx2 (16GVRB) Adata SSD SU650 240 gb Seagate barracuda 1TB GPU: XFX rx 5700xt PSU: EVGA 650 G3 The pc turns on for about 30 seconds and then shuts down by itself, and then turns on again, and it keeps repeating. The bios menu does not show up and its just a black screen. The Dr. Debug code was 60 at first. I took out one of the RAM sticks. I put the other one into a different slot. I pushed the clear cmos button and turned it on again. This time there was a bunch of flashing codes but I think it's still falling under the same error category according to the Dr. Debug list. Is the RAM not being compatible the reason for all this? The Dr. Debug category says:Problem related to memory. Please re-install the CPU and memory then clear CMOS. If the problem still exists, please install only one memory module or try using other memory modules.
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