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JurKo

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  1. **FINAL UPDATE** I tried to use the PC outside the case again and the PC to my suprise crashed, even when it was outside the case. The same day my friend supplied me spare parts to test out my own PC's parts and in testing I found that my PSU was the part with the issue. It was reallly suprising and I didn't expect it because the PSU wasn't old or anything, with an 80+ rating and plenty of power to supply my PC. Now I'm temporarily using the Corsair CV650 80+ Bronze and the PC works fine.
  2. Thanks for the suggestion, sadly this didn't work for me. I think with all of the tests I have done that this issue is hardware related.
  3. **IMPORTANT UPDATE** I did more testing with my PC and I got shocking results. I wanted to get over this annoying issue so I dissasembled my PC, put my MoBo on a cardboard box, PSU on the table, etc. So I unpluged all front I/O from my case and shorted pins to turn on my PC. Now running without a case on my table, I tried to get the PC to crash again, by opening and playing Rocket League again, but shockingly the PC didn't crash. I was very suprised and relieved that none of my parts were bad. Then i put my PC back into the case, still without plugging in Front IO, but then my PC s
  4. I think I didn't clear up my problems. The PC I am dealing with boots up fine and runs a random amount of time before crashing. Still thanks for the suggestion I will try it out.
  5. My PC randomly restarts and somtimes goes into the "Reboot and Select proper Boot device" screen. The first time this happened I was playing a game and my PC just turned off, after turning off I tried to turn it on, then it boot cycled and eventualy turned on. Now when this happens the PC just restarts and SOMETIMES enters into the above mentioned screen. This issue is very annoying and very random and I can't seem to find any problems searching online that are like mine. I have tried cleaning the PC, I have tried reseating my M.2 SSD and even putting it into a different slot, I ha
  6. Could you elaborate? I don't understand why or how the MoBo has anything to do with this issue.
  7. My PC randomly restarts and somtimes goes into the "Reboot and Select proper Boot device" screen. The first time this happened I was playing a game and my PC just turned off, after turning off I tried to turn it on, then it boot cycled and eventualy turned on. Now when this happens the PC just restarts and SOMETIMES enters into the above mentioned screen. This issue is very annoying and very random and I can't seem to find any problems searching online that are like mine. I have tried cleaning the PC, I have tried reseating my M.2 SSD and even putting it into a different slot, I ha
  8. Hello, So I have an annoying problem in my hands. I installed ASUS Aura Sync, after learning that Aura Sync isn't useful to me and uninstalling it my motherboard LED stopped working. When I turn off my PC the LED lights up, but as soon as I press the power button it turns off. I have tried uninstalling other ASUS programs, but the problem persisted. I have tried enabling, disabling ASUS ROG Effects in BIOS, disabling, enabling Aura in BIOS, enabling, disabling back IO LED in bios, none of that worked either. To be clear the LED had no problems before I uninstalled ASUS Aura S
  9. Yo! If anyone wants to know how I fixed the issue, I just had to update the BIOS and Chipset drivers. Now the problem is compeletely fixed!
  10. Yo! If anyone wants to know how I fixed the issue, I just had to update the BIOS and Chipset drivers. Now the problem is compeletely fixed!
  11. Yo! So I have a bit of a problem, I hear weird "crackling" noises from my headphones when im doing anything in windows. The issue started happening after I changed my from an Asrock motherboard to a Strix b450-f. Here is a list of things i have tried: I tried reseating the front audio connector, tried unpluging it, tried reseating the GPU, set the pcie16_1 in the uefi to Gen 3, tried reinstalling the Audio drivers from the ASUS website tried uninstalling ASUS Sonic suite, tried unpluging different usb cables from the back of the mobo, tried reinstalling Windows 10, trie
  12. Thank you for your suggestion, but the problem hasn't been fixed.
  13. Yo! So I have a bit of a problem, I hear weird "crackling" noises from my headphones when im doing anything in windows. The issue started happening after I changed my motherboard to Strix b450-f. When changing motherboards I did NOT reinstall Windows. I use HyperX Cloud II's. Edit: in the BIOS there are no weird noises, but in Windows even if it's doing not there still are weird "crackling" noises Update: I tried reseating the front audio connector, tried unpluging it, tried reseating the GPU, set the pcie16_1 in the uefi to Gen 3, tried reinstalling th
  14. The BIOS version is the newest one from Asrock.
  15. I just tried your method and it seems like it didn't change anything.
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