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Help msi b450 gaming pro carbon ac blackscreen after RAM Overclock


So I had purchased a new mobo and cpu yesterday and installed my parts. Everything was working fine till I accidentally saved a memory overclock in the bios. It gave me an error and now my computer boots up with the lights and everything but there is a black screen. I tried removing the CMOS battery and tried jumping the JBAT1 pins with a screwdriver because I don’t have a jumper cap but those don’t do anything and it’s still bricked. The mobo does come with a bios flashback but I don’t know if that could fix it. My mouse and keyboard will not power up either.  If anyone could help me figure this out it would be greatly appreciated

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9 minutes ago, Junaide said:

I tried removing the CMOS battery

how long did you have it out for? Did you fully take it out and leave it out for 15 seconds? Whats the error?

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1 minute ago, WambleCropped said:

how long did you have it out for? Did you fully take it out and leave it out for 15 seconds? Whats the error?

I took it out for 15 seconds that didn’t work so I kept it out for a couple hours put it back and it still didn’t work

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1 minute ago, Junaide said:

I took it out for 15 seconds that didn’t work so I kept it out for a couple hours put it back and it still didn’t work

what was the error code, that could be extremely useful

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1 minute ago, WambleCropped said:

what was the error code, that could be extremely useful

Hard to recall exactly what it was but it said that it was a failed ram overclock 

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1 minute ago, Junaide said:

Hard to recall exactly what it was but it said that it was a failed ram overclock 

system specs? do you remember the RAM speed that you accidentally set it too? Did you use Ryzen Master?

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7 minutes ago, WambleCropped said:

system specs? do you remember the RAM speed that you accidentally set it too? Did you use Ryzen Master?

Cpu: Ryzen 5 3600

Mobo: Msi b450 gaming pro carbon ac

GPU: rtx 2060 super gaming x

Ram: 2x8gb Kingston hyper x sticks

PSU: evga 550 b3 bronze 

 

I did the ram overclock in the bios which I had set to 5000 without reverting it before saving and exiting

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2 minutes ago, Junaide said:

Cpu: Ryzen 5 3600

Mobo: Msi b450 gaming pro carbon ac

GPU: rtx 2060 super gaming x

Ram: 2x8gb Kingston hyper x sticks

PSU: evga 550 b3 bronze 

 

I did the ram overclock in the bios which I had set to 5000 without reverting it before saving and exiting

you might need to contact the manufacturer of your motherboard. Do you still have a warranty? That might be the only fix if a jumper and the battery did not clear CMOS

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4 minutes ago, WambleCropped said:

you might need to contact the manufacturer of your motherboard. Do you still have a warranty? That might be the only fix if a jumper and the battery did not clear CMOS

Yeah I still have warranty on it. I just hope I can get it working without having to send it back.

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10 hours ago, Junaide said:

Yeah I still have warranty on it. I just hope I can get it working without having to send it back.

i mean if you jumped the board and took out the battery and that didnt work, there's really not much else to do sadly, good luck, I hope your board comes soon

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Did you power off the psu when the cmos battery was removed?usually ard 5mins and it's done...

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