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  1. Thanks Commander! I've taken the battery out many times, but nothing in that regard seems to work. I do have a CMOS back I/O button, which I'm not sure how to properly operate. Do you know if there's a specific way I need to press the button? i.e. holding it for 30 seconds while the system is NOT connected to any power, or while the system IS connected to power but not turned on? Thanks chief.
  2. Hey there Hadoken, did this get resolved at all? I'm having a very similar problem with my 3700x and ASUS crosshair I'm looking for some pointers too. If I fix anything, I'll let you know how it goes
  3. Hey Jake, I'm having a similar issue. How did you clear your CMOS?
  4. Oh man, this sucks. I'm no expert but that was a well told crisis story lol. Did you get it resolved, or maybe take it to a shop?
  5. Having a similar problem with my new Ryzen build, I don't know how to help, although - if I find a fix for mine I'll let you know!
  6. Hey, I'm having a very similar problem. Something tells me that either we BOTH need to get new motherboards? (unlikely) or there's something we haven't tried. Also, Moonzy please come back and help us
  7. HELP. I think I've broken my x570 Crosshair. Don't do it! It doesn't let me update the bios, clear the CMOS and more importantly post after a bad overclock.
  8. Hey guys, I (clumsily stumbled into my bios and) overclocked my 3700x and F4-3600C16D-16GTZNC, now my system doesn't post and I can't update my BIOS, nor can I clear my CMOS (I've tried it all). If you could check out my thread, that'd be really helpful. Thanks
  9. Hey dude, you still having problems? I tried overclocking my memory the other day too and I can't reset my CMOS on my ASUS crosshair viii hero. Not happy about this.
  10. Okay I saw a TECH YES CITY YouTube video about taking off his AMD wraith prism cooler and in the process he moved and damaged the CPU just by trying to remove the fan. Check your CPU pins! It might be the same issue. (edit, shit I just re-read the part about testing your cpu in your friends system, maybe not... Sorry dude!)
  11. Hey guys, could you help out with my thread? I'm having a similar issue where my system isn't posting
  12. Hi there, As the title suggests, the system was working perfectly fine and then I changed almost all the settings for my RAM in the advanced menu of my bios and also one setting regarding the CPU (can't remember what, but I tried to overclock to 4.6Ghz by entering "46" in the 'advanced' section NOT the 'extreme' section) and now, my system won't post. Everything is effectively brand new, all shipped to my house within the last fortnight. Here's my gear: ASUS ROG Crosshair VIII Hero (WiFi) Ryzen 7 3700x Stock AMD Wraith Prism Cooler MSI VENTUS GP