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problems with booting

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey,

i change my psu, motherboard and ram for about 8 months ago and 1 month ago i changed my cpu, i had some problems with booting my new cpu the dram cpu lights on my motherboard was flashing, but it ended op booting and was running for like 2 weeks but then one morning it would'nt boot it just kept going through the cpu dram lights, cpu light was red, dram orange, vga white and boot green.
now i change back to my old cpu it has no problems but some of my rgb is lighting is gone now, so im thinking my psu might be bad? 

i have updated the bios on my motherboard btw.
 

specs:

new cpu ryzen 5 3600 

old cpu ryzen 3 1200 
motherboard asus b450-e 
psu seasonic focus 550W platinum 

gpu rx 570 
ram 16gb g.skill ddr4 

Is my psu or motherboard bad can't figure it out. 

sorry for any bad spelling 

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Welcome to the forum!

 

have you tried clearing the CMOS?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
14 minutes ago, C2dan88 said:

did you update mobo bios to latest version before installing the 3600?

the motherboard came with a bios for the new ryzen series but after i had the problem i did update it yes and tried again but it did not work

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Posted · Original PosterOP
14 minutes ago, Mad153 said:

Welcome to the forum!

 

have you tried clearing the CMOS?

Thank you 

 

so my motherboard do not have a clear cmos button but i took out the cmos battery and after i did that i heard it could be bad idk, but yes i did try to clear the cmos.

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5 minutes ago, Botte02 said:

Thank you 

 

so my motherboard do not have a clear cmos button but i took out the cmos battery and after i did that i heard it could be bad idk, but yes i did try to clear the cmos.

For future reference you can clear the CMOS\ by using a screwdriver or other metal tool to jump the CMOS pins for five seconds. You can find the pin layout in the motherboard manual.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Chanutte said:

For future reference you can clear the CMOS\ by using a screwdriver or other metal tool to jump the CMOS pins for five seconds. You can find the pin layout in the motherboard manual.

yeah i read that after made me feel a little stupid.

thank you though 

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