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My pc is stuck in a boot loop please help

Hello,

 

My pc has had some troubles starting for the past year or so but lately it's been getting worse I think, it seams to be a problem with the dual bios but I'm not sure, it starts then after 3-5 seconds the dual bios LED switches to the other bios LED and then reboots to do the exact same thing but after a couple mins it will start normally, sometimes it will start straight away but sometimes when I'm in a hurry it knows and will take 10-15 mins 

 

PC specs

CPU i7-4790k 

GPU : GTX 970

MOBO : Gigabyte Z97X-Gaming GT

RAM : 16Gb Corsair vengeance 

Boot drive : Samsung SSD 850 Evo 250GB

PSU : corsair HX850i (I know it's quite a lot of overkill I got it because it was cheap like under 100€ cheap)

 

I have put a video of my pc and can post other details if needed

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Have you done any overclocking? The computer probably needs to be on for this but have you tried flashing the bios?

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I flashed it and in the rebooting process it now won't even boot... Just the same problem as before except minus the bit where it actually boots after 10-15 mins 

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1 hour ago, Nick Neuburg said:

Have you done any overclocking? The computer probably needs to be on for this but have you tried flashing the bios?

I have done overclocking in the past but not for the past 2 years or so and the bios was out of date 

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5 hours ago, Nick Neuburg said:

If you can remove the overclock that could solve the issue

It is not overclocked

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So if your pc doesnt even boot into windows or bois so i suggest just move your hdd and back up ur data and secondly if ur computer reboots automatically when u try to open something or the other ? if yes then there is a good chance that the power supply may be the problem (considering if you boot into windows atleast)

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