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Ryzen 5 1600 Won't Boot

20 minutes ago, mrbilky said:

How about cmos being reset wouldn't put it past a seller to repackage a returned mother board with a fault in the bios from a previous owner example being an overclock profile that is not posting for your cpu?

i have had the battery out quite a few times to no luck, also the seller is very highly rated here in denmark so i don't think they would do that 

 

i'm going to send it in so they can look at it. right now i rebuilt my old system and using that for the time being.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi i just got my ryzen 5 1600 and my msi B350M and 16gb of ddr4 ram, but the system wont boot i can't seem to find out why the only clue i got is the 4 leds on the mobo were only the cpu one lights up (means that something is wrong) but no matter what i do i can't find anyting online on how to fix it. i think it might be the older bois but other ryzen 5's did not need a update to boot on the older versions 

 

any help would be appreciated

 

(and yes i am using my gpu for monitor output)

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4 minutes ago, NORD_Jeffy said:

Hi i just got my ryzen 5 1600 and my msi B350M and 16gb of ddr4 ram, but the system wont boot i can't seem to find out why the only clue i got is the 4 leds on the mobo were only the cpu one lights up (means that something is wrong) but no matter what i do i can't find anyting online on how to fix it. i think it might be the older bois but other ryzen 5's did not need a update to boot on the older versions 

 

any help would be appreciated

 

(and yes i am using my gpu for monitor output)

Try reseating The GPU,CPU,Ram,or other PCI,PCI-e expansion cards


   

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5 minutes ago, NORD_Jeffy said:

Hi i just got my ryzen 5 1600 and my msi B350M and 16gb of ddr4 ram, but the system wont boot i can't seem to find out why the only clue i got is the 4 leds on the mobo were only the cpu one lights up (means that something is wrong) but no matter what i do i can't find anyting online on how to fix it. i think it might be the older bois but other ryzen 5's did not need a update to boot on the older versions 

 

any help would be appreciated

 

(and yes i am using my gpu for monitor output)

check if the cpu power and mobo power is plugged in properly


   

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1 hour ago, NORD_Jeffy said:

Hi i just got my ryzen 5 1600 and my msi B350M and 16gb of ddr4 ram, but the system wont boot i can't seem to find out why the only clue i got is the 4 leds on the mobo were only the cpu one lights up (means that something is wrong) but no matter what i do i can't find anyting online on how to fix it. i think it might be the older bois but other ryzen 5's did not need a update to boot on the older versions 

 

any help would be appreciated

 

(and yes i am using my gpu for monitor output)

Usually the B350 Motherboards should support R5,if its msi it should support (what i know by other builds using R5 and b350M)

1 hour ago, MVPernula said:

Try unpluggig GPU and use IGPU for bootup.

CPU power connected in the motherboard?

He's Using a AMD CPU not Intel


   

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2 minutes ago, MVPernula said:

Try unpluggig GPU and use IGPU for bootup.

CPU power connected in the motherboard?

ryzen don't have Igpu so i can't do that and yes the 8 pin plug is plugged in

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1 minute ago, Gaurav S Rao said:

Usually the B350 Motherboards should support R5,if its msi it should support (what i know by other builds using R5 and b350M)

they do, as I am running a 1600 on a B350 Mortar with no problems (except RAM won't go at 3200MHz)


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Can you get to the bios at all or does nothing happen at all 


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also (1600) 

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Just now, NORD_Jeffy said:

no nothing it doest not even go into a reboot 

So you have just put it together and nothing is powering on ? 


AMD (and proud) r7 1700 4ghz- 

also (1600) 

asus rog crosshairs vi hero x370-

MSI 980ti G6 1506mhz slix2 -

h110 pull - acer xb270hu 1440p -

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, jjohnthedon1 said:

So you have just put it together and nothing is powering on ? 

yes put everything is powering on, just wont boot into the bois

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26 minutes ago, NORD_Jeffy said:

yes put everything is powering on, just wont boot into the bois

16 pin motherboard plug go to me on my first build it wasn't In correct

 

sn you lost your specs and post some pictures of you build please 


AMD (and proud) r7 1700 4ghz- 

also (1600) 

asus rog crosshairs vi hero x370-

MSI 980ti G6 1506mhz slix2 -

h110 pull - acer xb270hu 1440p -

 corsair 750D - corsair 16gb 2933

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Posted · Original PosterOP
17 minutes ago, jjohnthedon1 said:

16 pin motherboard plug go to me on my first build it wasn't In correct

 

sn you lost your specs and post some pictures of you build please 

 

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3 minutes ago, NORD_Jeffy said:

and btw this is not my first build ,it's an upgrade from a intel system so i know that both gpu and power supply are working

Cpu dead then maby mate ? 

Do the fans spin up or anything 

also when you get it running you need to do a fresh install of windows because I had all kinds of problems 


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also (1600) 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
14 minutes ago, jjohnthedon1 said:

Cpu dead then maby mate ? 

Do the fans spin up or anything 

also when you get it running you need to do a fresh install of windows because I had all kinds of problems 

yes all fans spin up

maybe the cpu is just doa then

 

(thx i will keep that in mind)

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 make sure that your front panel i/o is connected according to your MB diagram. Ryzen has a thing with certain ram, some simply will not start. make sure your ram is listed on your MB compatibility list. make sure every connector is firmly seated. seat 1 stick of ram in one slot and try to start, if you fail try the other slot, then repeat with the other stick.

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1 minute ago, Conan1600 said:

 make sure that your front panel i/o is connected according to your MB diagram. Ryzen has a thing with certain ram. simply will not start. make sure your ram is listed on your MB compatibility list. make sure every connector is firmly seated seat 1 stick of ram in one slot and try to start, if you fail try the other slot, then repeat with the other stick.

i have tried all of that stuff, and the ram is Corsair Vengeance 2400MHz so it's should be working just fine

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How about cmos being reset wouldn't put it past a seller to repackage a returned mother board with a fault in the bios from a previous owner example being an overclock profile that is not posting for your cpu?


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20 minutes ago, mrbilky said:

How about cmos being reset wouldn't put it past a seller to repackage a returned mother board with a fault in the bios from a previous owner example being an overclock profile that is not posting for your cpu?

i have had the battery out quite a few times to no luck, also the seller is very highly rated here in denmark so i don't think they would do that 

 

i'm going to send it in so they can look at it. right now i rebuilt my old system and using that for the time being.

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2 hours ago, NORD_Jeffy said:

Hi i just got my ryzen 5 1600 and my msi B350M and 16gb of ddr4 ram, but the system wont boot i can't seem to find out why the only clue i got is the 4 leds on the mobo were only the cpu one lights up (means that something is wrong) but no matter what i do i can't find anyting online on how to fix it. i think it might be the older bois but other ryzen 5's did not need a update to boot on the older versions 

 

any help would be appreciated

 

(and yes i am using my gpu for monitor output)

I am having the same problem :(. 

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I'm running almost an identical build with the same exact problem. Any luck? I've reseated everything a few times, gone through all standard troubleshooting and compatibility checks as well.

 

It's a bit of a bummer running into this kind of wall with a new build!

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Having the same issue! Powers on, CPU debug light, no post, tried the same things.

 

Just sent a support ticket to MSI...

MSI B350M GAMING PRO (mATX)

 

Ryzen 5 1600x - Corsair h60 (water-cooled)

16gb g.skill f43200C 16D-16GVGB (COMPATIBLE according to MSI website)

1080TI founders edition

 

Wondering if bios update is necessary, judging by their bios notes, 2.5 says Ryzen 5 support.

 

 

 

 

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