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MrJunez

Blinking mobo / orange power button problem

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hiya. I built a Sleeper within a Dell vostro 410 case. question is it all turns on fine but the motherboard is blinking orange and the power button is a steady orange, wondering how i can change this or fix this? Ive updated bios, unplug-hold button for 15secs-replug and still same. I heard i can just change the motheboards color but how without having rgb strips? 

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You need to disable hibernation for the PC to really turn off.

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Powercfg -h off

Inside command prompt with admin rights or PowerShell as admin.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
25 minutes ago, 191x7 said:

You need to disable hibernation for the PC to really turn off.

Inside command prompt with admin rights or PowerShell as admin.

Would this turn off the lights on the mobo or make them stop flashing? 

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35 minutes ago, MrJunez said:

Would this turn off the lights on the mobo or make them stop flashing? 

What board do you have?


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Wait a minute, I read "off" instead of "on". Turning off hibernation won't do.

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
11 hours ago, 191x7 said:

Wait a minute, I read "off" instead of "on". Turning off hibernation won't do.

 

Ooof 😧

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7 minutes ago, MrJunez said:

Asus B450 Prime Plus 

Head into BIOS, find Integrated Devices and in that menu should be an option to enable or disable the RGB entirely.

 

If you want to change the colour then install Aura Sync in Windows.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
5 minutes ago, Master Disaster said:

Head into BIOS, find Integrated Devices and in that menu should be an option to enable or disable the RGB entirely.

 

If you want to change the colour then install Aura Sync in Windows.

Question is do i need Rgb strips to change color? If so can u link me the program 

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9 hours ago, MrJunez said:

Question is do i need Rgb strips to change color? If so can u link me the program 

Your board doesn't have RGB built in however it does have illuminated trace paths which I assume is what you can see. It's unlikely you can change it to any colour but it the manual does say it has presets and you should definitely be able to switch it off entirely.

 

Look through your bios very carefully, the options will be in there somewhere.


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