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Possible Motherboard Issue

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey everyone!  I'm having some trouble with my desktop not getting past the motherboard screen in the boot cycle.  I have an i5-3570k with a z77-d3h from Gigabyte.  When I boot up, it shows me the motherboard screen and does its normal beep for boot up from the mobo speaker, but it never leaves that screen and the beep cycles every 30 seconds or so. When I try to enter the bios, I hear a clicking sound coming from my PC.  I'm guessing I have a dead or partially damaged motherboard, but wanted to see if anyone knew what this issue is and if there are any fixes I can do (that aren't replacing the motherboard).

 

Thanks for your help!


My Rig: i5-3570k @ 3.4GHz | Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO | Gigabyte Z77-D3H | Corsair Vengeance LP RAM 8GB (2X4GB) | MSI Power Edition GTX 660 Ti OC | Seasonic M12II 620 watt PSU | WD Blue 500GB Hard Drive | iHas 124-04 DVD Burner | Cooler Master HAF 912 |

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7 minutes ago, Stigs said:

Hey everyone!  I'm having some trouble with my desktop not getting past the motherboard screen in the boot cycle.  I have an i5-3570k with a z77-d3h from Gigabyte.  When I boot up, it shows me the motherboard screen and does its normal beep for boot up from the mobo speaker, but it never leaves that screen and the beep cycles every 30 seconds or so. When I try to enter the bios, I hear a clicking sound coming from my PC.  I'm guessing I have a dead or partially damaged motherboard, but wanted to see if anyone knew what this issue is and if there are any fixes I can do (that aren't replacing the motherboard).

 

Thanks for your help!

Could be the powersupply failing or the hard disk, but since you cant even get into the bios I guess its the psu

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Posted · Original PosterOP
18 hours ago, Mitico said:

Could be the powersupply failing or the hard disk, but since you cant even get into the bios I guess its the psu

Ok. Interesting.  I took the main boot SSD out to retrieve some files, and that worked just fine, so maybe it is the power supply.  I can check that. Thanks


My Rig: i5-3570k @ 3.4GHz | Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO | Gigabyte Z77-D3H | Corsair Vengeance LP RAM 8GB (2X4GB) | MSI Power Edition GTX 660 Ti OC | Seasonic M12II 620 watt PSU | WD Blue 500GB Hard Drive | iHas 124-04 DVD Burner | Cooler Master HAF 912 |

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