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3600x update won't boot

I had the ryen 5 2600, with the asrock b450m pro4 running 3.50 bios. 

I picked up a 3600x. I updated my bios to 3.60 and then 3.90 (all that's available from asrock, I didn't skip) 

And I can't get it to boot. I get into bios every time, it boots fine. It just gets stuck at the windows logo with the spinny loader thing.

Safe mode works, I tried to install B450 chipset drivers in case that's the problem but windows installer isn't available in safe mode. I'm really pulling my hair out over this. Any ideas? Thanks for any help

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Try F8 in boot select boot device and spam F8 again for safe mode options.

Then try "disable driver enforcement" and see if it'll go into windows.

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1 minute ago, ShrimpBrime said:

try "disable driver enforcement" and see if it'll go into windows.

No such luck, still got a spinning circle under the windows logo

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Just now, f2bacon said:

No such luck, still got a spinning circle under the windows logo

Is the HDD light illuminating? 

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New update, "your pc couldn't start properly

A required device isn't connected or can't be accessed. 

Error code 0xc000000e"

Google on my phone time 

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4 minutes ago, f2bacon said:

New update, "your pc couldn't start properly

A required device isn't connected or can't be accessed. 

Error code 0xc000000e"

Google on my phone time 

It's probably one of the drivers at startup. You need to find out which driver it is, then go into safe mode and manually delete the driver.

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No need. You have corrupted winders files. 

Slap the usb installation media and repair your operating system.

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2 minutes ago, ShrimpBrime said:

No need. You have corrupted winders files. 

Slap the usb installation media and repair your operating system.

How could this have happened just from updating my motherboard bios and changing cpu? Shouldn't the windows installation be the same? (typed while. Downloading windows installer) 

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Well could be a variety of reasons, but to make it simple, UEFI and windows sort of go hand and hand.

The cpu driver may differ. 

The chipset driver may need updated as well. 

Memory support may have changed just enough to corrupt a file or two.

 

Ive seen worse happen with less. Be thankful the board still boots after the update. AsRock isnt exactly on the top 3 from a list of 5 for example.....

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Just now, f2bacon said:

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I mean use the actual usb installation as if installing a fresh os. You should have an option for repair.

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Just now, ShrimpBrime said:

AsRock isnt exactly on the top 3 from a list of 5 for example.....

i'd much rather have picked up an asus at the time but i wanted 2 m.2 slots in b450m and that's a rarity. 

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Just now, ShrimpBrime said:

I mean use the actual usb installation as if installing a fresh os. You should have an option for repair.

also doesnt work. im gonna try using another computer to make a disk so i can do it through a flash drive

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I googled how to install programs from safe mode, looks like chipset drivers aren't the issue. Windows installation media is about 30% done 

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51 minutes ago, ShrimpBrime said:

No need. You have corrupted winders files. 

Slap the usb installation media and repair your operating system.

 

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I've tried switching back to bios 3.60 and 3.50 with no luck. I'm gonna have to switch back to my ryzen 2600 til I figure this out

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When i upgraded ( mainboard ram cpu ) , I also couldnt repair or start pc at all. 
All I could / had to do was a clean windows install. 

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Just now, C17H23NO2 said:

When i upgraded ( mainboard ram cpu ) , I also couldnt repair or start pc at all. 
All I could / had to do was a clean windows install. 

That might be my biggest fear. I've had this install of windows for around 8 years. Since storm sandy. Let's see if the 2600 boots. 

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4 minutes ago, f2bacon said:

That might be my biggest fear. I've had this install of windows for around 8 years. Since storm sandy. Let's see if the 2600 boots. 

Its time for a nice new fresh install then. Imo.....

Fingers crossed for you though!!

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Just now, ShrimpBrime said:

Its time for a nice new fresh install then. Imo.....

Fingers crossed for you though!!

2600 took a sec, but booted fine. so i have a very very very strong feeling windows isn't the issue.

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Why biggest fear? nothing bad about a windows reinstall. just takes a bit of time thats it ^^ 

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Just now, C17H23NO2 said:

Why biggest fear? nothing bad about a windows reinstall. just takes a bit of time thats it ^^ 

hours of setting up individual programs. i do a lot of music and video editing with current project files. i have programs installed that i cant even think of where i could get an installer for off the top of my head. windows works fine with the 2600 so i don't think windows is the issue.

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2 minutes ago, f2bacon said:

2600 took a sec, but booted fine. so i have a very very very strong feeling windows isn't the issue.

Nah. You can post the rig, visit bios, even attempt windows repair.

 

Its not the hardware, its the operating system. Its had enough of your hot swapping bs :P

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3 minutes ago, ShrimpBrime said:

Nah. You can post the rig, visit bios, even attempt windows repair.

 

Its not the hardware, its the operating system. Its had enough of your hot swapping bs :P

I'm now dying laughing at the idea of hot swapping cpu's

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Just now, f2bacon said:

I'm now dying laughing at the idea of hot swapping cpu's

Its crazy, but the 3000 chips are actually a bit different than the 1st two generations. Thats why you have troubles. 

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