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PC not posting after restart.

Installed a new moba today and startet booting. Pc posts again so my enclusion is that the motherboard recieved a defect. Don't know what caised it thou. Thank you for helping me and I wish everyone a wonderful day!

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I haven't touched anything inside my PC for month and for some odd reason I have experienced audio stuttering. I couldn't tell what caused that problem so I just restartet my PC. While restarting the PC it did not post at all. All fans are spinning and lights turning up.

 

Things I have tried are removing the ram for a couple of seconds, removing the plug to the power supply. Using the motherboard Display on all its Video output ports. (Hdmi & DVI)

Nothing worked.

 

Sadly I don't know where to look for the problem now.

 

I use a intel i7 cpu. 1080ti graphics card. My motherboard is the Z170A Gaming Pro Carbon from msi. Psu is a 630W be quiet.

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What do you mean by "did not post but all seems to be running"? Please be more specific in describing what exactly your problem is...


75% of what I say is sarcastic

 

So is the rest probably

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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, myselfolli said:

What do you mean by "did not post but all seems to be running"? Please be more specific in describing what exactly your problem is...

Ah im sorry. What I mean is that I don't get anything on the screen but the PC fans are all spinning and lights lighting up.

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1 minute ago, Cuddle Tree said:

Ah im sorry. What I mean is that I don't get anything on the screen but the PC fans are all spinning and lights lighting up.

Okay, so that would mean that your PC is getting power. Did you reseat/remove/change anything while your PC was restarting?

 

Check if your RAM is seated correctly, if your CPU cooler is installed properly and none of your cables came loose.

Do you get a display singnal on the mobo display output?


75% of what I say is sarcastic

 

So is the rest probably

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Posted · Original PosterOP

The ram is seated and I have rechecked that all cables where in properly.

 

I am getting no display on the output of the motherboard.

 

While restarting when the problem appeared, i have not touched or changed anything on the pc. It has been restartet through windows.

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Try unplugging any unnecessary USB devices (or unplug all of them).

Remove all PCI * devices too, and turn your PC on.

Check if you get some display.
 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
13 minutes ago, codenameClio said:

Try unplugging any unnecessary USB devices (or unplug all of them).

Remove all PCI * devices too, and turn your PC on.

Check if you get some display.
 

Sadly that has changed nothing. Gpu has been removed and the only cable plugged in the pc is the hdmi and the power cord. Also tried Switching to the dvi port. 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So I got myself a second pc. With that PC I have tested the power supply and it didn't change anything on mine while running perfectly on the otherone. Should I get myself a new motherboard and if that problem persists a new cpu since I now do believe that one of those aren't Working anymore. Is there any possibillity that the cpu or motherboard just gave up while making it seem to be working (fans spinning, lights on the moba turns on). The case is dusty in the inside.

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Have you tried taking all the RAM out and putting a known-good stick of RAM to check whether it is due to the RAM?

There is a (unofficial) standard diagnostics procedure.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I have tried booting with 1 ram stick each. I don't want to take out the other pc since that ram is blocked off by the cpu cooler. That theory will be tested on thursday which is the day a new boba comes. If it doesn't work by then then it must be the ram or cpu.

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Posted · Original PosterOP · Best Answer

Installed a new moba today and startet booting. Pc posts again so my enclusion is that the motherboard recieved a defect. Don't know what caised it thou. Thank you for helping me and I wish everyone a wonderful day!

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