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Ez debug white led lights

So the led for dram stays on but every few seconds it pulses to the CPU led but instantly back to dram. What am I doing wrong? It's a MSI MPG Z390 Gaming PRO Carbon AC  motherboard.

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Does the system post if you wait a while? 120-180 seconds. Thats 2-3 minutes.

Could be trying to train the memory.

 

Got any other system specs? 

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5 hours ago, ShrimpBrime said:

Does the system post if you wait a while? 120-180 seconds. Thats 2-3 minutes.

Could be trying to train the memory.

 

Got any other system specs? 

The system doesn't post or anything the monitor in blank for about two minutes and then the computer shuts off by itself. My specs are Intel core i7-9700k, Corsair vengeance lpx 16gb, Asus rog strix geforce rtx 2080 super, Seagate 2b, Samsung 970 Evo plus 500gb ssd, and an evga supernova 650 g3. I also have a corsair icue h100i rgb pro xt 

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But it's not connected at all. Another thing that I forgot to mention was that I bought the motherboard used 

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How is the memory configured in the motherboard?

 

And have you tried to clear cmos?

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The memory is in the correct slots 2 and 4. I don't know how you clear cmos. This is my first time bulding a PC 

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8 minutes ago, Guts and Glory said:

The memory is in the correct slots 2 and 4. I don't know how you clear cmos. This is my first time bulding a PC 

Oh cool. Fun and not fun first experince. Fun to build, no fun no post.

 

Ok Im on mobile. This is the link to the support page. Get the manual and do some reading. The proceedure is there.

https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/support/MPG-Z390-GAMING-PRO-CARBON#down-manual

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It says I need a jumper cap to short jbat1 for about 5-10. I know what a jumper cap is (Google) but I don't have one is there any other way? 

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15 minutes ago, Guts and Glory said:

It says I need a jumper cap to short jbat1 for about 5-10. I know what a jumper cap is (Google) but I don't have one is there any other way? 

Just touch the two pins with a metal item for 5-10 seconds.

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Well I touched the two pins with a metal item for about 10 seconds but still the same problem 

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Remove the sticks. Install one of them into slot A1 or the first slot and see if it posts up.

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Nothing happens. Don't know might of messed some wires up but to me everything looks connected right

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I've been messing around with things and I found out that if I get rid of the graphics card and leave one memory stick in on the 4th slot it will turn on and everything is fine but if I try with both ram sticks in it won't work same with one ram stick and the graphics card in it won't go into post 

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Update: with the help of you guys and a bit of researching I figured out the problem. The motherboard was faulty; the first two ram slots didn't work and both pcie slots didn't work

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11 hours ago, Guts and Glory said:

Update: with the help of you guys and a bit of researching I figured out the problem. The motherboard was faulty; the first two ram slots didn't work and both pcie slots didn't work

Glad you were able to figure out the problem. Best of luck.

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