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Dram white light remains on but pc works fine

Hi guys , I got a really weird problem with my new PC

The problem is , sometimes ( not always )  when I turn on my PC the buzzer beeps one time , then it beeps 3 times shortly and motherboard Dram white light remains on , but windows loads and everything works fine , even I can play games.

If I restart the PC , the problem gets fixed and the Dram light turns off.

I use XMP profile 1 and I also have a second one.Should I use XMP profile 2 ?

I tried updating BIOS but it didn't help

I'll be very thankful if you help me 🙂

 

Specs :

Asus Rog B560-E Gaming WiFi

Corsair Vengeance LPX 3600Mhz CL18 16GB (2x8GB)

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You could see if XMP 2 fixes it. I'd probably try reseating the RAM and, when you take it out to reseat it, check the contacts on the RAM for any blemishes and look in the slots to see if there's anything stuck in there that could be interfering with the connection.

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Need to read the manual before you try and diag the wrong stuff.

 

Yellow is DRAM and White is VGA.

- If it ain't broken, don't fix it! - - Your post codes and beep codes in the drop down below -

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3 hours ago, ShrimpBrime said:

Need to read the manual before you try and diag the wrong stuff.

 

Yellow is DRAM and White is VGA.

Oh yeah , you're right. I read the manual it says it is VGA LED

But why it beeps 3 times ? I searched AMI bios 3 short beeps on google and I found it is related to Ram

And nothing is wrong with my graphics card by the way I had used it on my previous motherboard ( Asus prime z370 P ii )

You got any idea what should I do ?

maybe reinstalling the graphics card or something ?

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1 hour ago, EL3CtR4GE said:

Oh yeah , you're right. I read the manual it says it is VGA LED

But why it beeps 3 times ? I searched AMI bios 3 short beeps on google and I found it is related to Ram

And nothing is wrong with my graphics card by the way I had used it on my previous motherboard ( Asus prime z370 P ii )

You got any idea what should I do ?

maybe reinstalling the graphics card or something ?

Well I would set all defaults and update the bios to start.

- If it ain't broken, don't fix it! - - Your post codes and beep codes in the drop down below -

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Save the old OC forums just by reading old school tec

https://forums.extremeoverclocking.com/index.php

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This is something with gpu compatibility iirc, and usually not a big issue. Might need to update BIOS

 

Also *full* specs?

 

 

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22 hours ago, Mark Kaine said:

This is something with gpu compatibility iirc, and usually not a big issue. Might need to update BIOS

 

Also *full* specs?

 

 

It happened again now and now I'm replying to you with a white LED on , on my motherboard and I can read the text above the LED that says its Dram LED.

And also I was wrong about how the PC beeps. Now I noticed it beeps one time when I turn it on , then it beeps 1 long and then 3 short

I searched and found out it is due to a failure above the 64 KB mark in the computer's system memory.

And I have updated the BIOS to the latest version 3 days ago by the way

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