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Sometimes my PC doesn't post

Hello guys!

I've built my system two weeks ago and I'm having a sort of a problem. It happened just two times (for now) that when I boot my PC the DRAM debug light stays on and it doesn't post. Yesterday was one of those days and it happened another strange thing: I put the computer to sleep and when I came back the pc didn't woke up and the DRAM debug led was on again. Had to force shutdown and give it a couple of tries to finally boot it.

Do you know how to fix this?

Thanks!

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3 minutes ago, Sacob said:

Hello guys!

I've built my system two weeks ago and I'm having a sort of a problem. It happened just two times (for now) that when I boot my PC the DRAM debug light stays on and it doesn't post. Yesterday was one of those days and it happened another strange thing: I put the computer to sleep and when I came back the pc didn't woke up and the DRAM debug led was on again. Had to force shutdown and give it a couple of tries to finally boot it.

Do you know how to fix this?

Thanks!

Update to the latest bios

Try 1 stick at a time 

Clear the cmos 

 

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21 minutes ago, TofuHaroto said:

Update to the latest bios

Try 1 stick at a time 

Clear the cmos 

^ this, and run Memtest86 to check your memory for errors, as another way to check whether it's bad RAM that's causing this.

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I'm already on the latest BIOS version. I'm going to try Memtest86 before i try the other 2 options

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