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Boot-up stuck on asrock logo

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey everyone

I've had my computer for about 2-3 weeks now, i was adjusting some fan settings in the bios, and when i went to save and restart the boot-up got stuck on the asrock logo, and not doing anything anymore.
In detail: I press the power button, the system boot after a sec of checking, fans spin, the post-message saying press f2 etc.. for bios shows up, then it proceeds to the asrock logo with the loading circle spinning, and stays just there.

Here's what I've tried:

CMOS Reset (no avail)
Reseating RAM
Clean reinstall of windows
Reseating everything from gpu to ram (not the processor, i believe that's not the issue)
Update all drivers (obviously, but nope)

Here's what I've found:

When putting my bios into ultra fast boot, it seems to skip the asrock logo and i get into my windows easily, sometimes the asrock logo gets stucka gain, but pressing the reset button allows me to get into windows again, this leads me to be lieve it's a software issue rather than a hardware issue? I believed there might be an issue with my ssd but then i wouldnt be able to get into it on ultra fast boot for example.

This isn't a permanent solution for me however and i was hoping any of you could help me, at this point i'm just considering switching to an msi B450 Mortar, as I've seen many people have this issue with Asrock motherboards.

Specs:

Asrock B450m steel legend
Ryzen 5 3600
2x8GB hyperx fury 3200mhz
rx 5700XT phantom gaming d OC
PSU: seasonic gold GM 650w
1TB Kingston SSD NVME
case: core v21

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somewhere in bios setting you can disable that logo showing up or enabling detailed print out of what its doing.

if you do that you should be able to read where it gets stuck.

Does the internal speaker give off any beeps?
or is there a diagnostic readout from motherboard?

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You may have a failing HDD/SSD or a failing USB device.  I have an old USB mic that has a broken USB connector, it can caause similaar things to happen.

 

Do you have any other storage devices connected with SATA or USB?

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, KarathKasun said:

You may have a failing HDD/SSD or a failing USB device.  I have an old USB mic that has a broken USB connector, it can caause similaar things to happen.

 

Do you have any other storage devices connected with SATA or USB?

Nope, just the 1tb ssd NVME drive, so i don't think theres anything wrong with it :/

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Ajukrezi said:

somewhere in bios setting you can disable that logo showing up or enabling detailed print out of what its doing.

if you do that you should be able to read where it gets stuck.

Does the internal speaker give off any beeps?
or is there a diagnostic readout from motherboard?

No beeps
The logo is disabled so now the windows logo pops up, but same effect.
Let me look for that detailed print option

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7 minutes ago, Archyn said:

Nope, just the 1tb ssd NVME drive, so i don't think theres anything wrong with it :/

Any other USB devices other than the KB and mouse?

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, KarathKasun said:

Any other USB devices other than the KB and mouse?

just the headset, however already tried booting without usb devices pluggen in :/

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Archyn said:

No beeps
The logo is disabled so now the windows logo pops up, but same effect.
Let me look for that detailed print option

can't seem to find that option in my bios 

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