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Motherboard not giving display output after reboot

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i am probably the stupidest bastard on this planet Earth, had the HDMI cable plugged into my xbox to the mobo instead of the tv to the mobo 

I’m building a “new” computer with an i5-6500 on an MSI Gaming Pro Carbon Z270. 

I enabled XMP the minute i got into the BIOS initially, but after the restart I was no longer getting a video output and the “VGA” debug LED was lit up. 

I reset the BIOS by jumping JBAT1 pins and was still not getting video output after that.

Does anyone know what could be going on here?

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Start by re-seating the video card. Take it out and make sure you insert it back in the slot properly. Since you are using a cardboard box for testbench it could move around a bit and that is all it takes. If you are using the iGPU, re-seat the cpu. Make sure every component have the necessary power cables connected.

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5 minutes ago, Pandur said:

Start by re-seating the video card. Take it out and make sure you insert it back in the slot properly. Since you are using a cardboard box for testbench it could move around a bit and that is all it takes. If you are using the iGPU, re-seat the cpu. Make sure every component have the necessary power cables connected.

I’ll reseat the CPU when I get home later. Everything else is OK. 

To be honest, that is the one thing i was dreading because of how delicate the CPU is. I might try simply moving my GT 1030 from my current desktop to the board to see if that helps. Thanks 🙂

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5 hours ago, Pandur said:

Start by re-seating the video card. Take it out and make sure you insert it back in the slot properly. Since you are using a cardboard box for testbench it could move around a bit and that is all it takes. If you are using the iGPU, re-seat the cpu. Make sure every component have the necessary power cables connected.

I just got home and put in my GT 1030. Unfortunately, it looks like the “BOOT” LED is lit up now. Should I reseat the CPU?

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I started assembling a new PC today. I was able to get into the BIOS only once. I enabled XMP and suddenly the system wouldn’t POST. The LED indicated a “VGA” error. Okay, reset BIOS. Even after that BIOS reset, I was still getting the VGA error. Someone suggested to both install a dedicated graphics card and reseat the CPU. Both tried, no luck. Anyone have any idea what could be going on here?

 

Specs:

i5-6500

MSI Z270 Gaming Pro Carbon ATX

1x8 Corsair Vengance 3200MT/s

Gigabyte GeForce GT 1030

Cooler Master Hyper 212 RGB Black Edition

EVGA SuperNOVA 750 GT

 

Image attached is with GPU installed

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I have made a new discovery. It loads into an OS! No video output whatsoever, but I plugged in my most recent boot drive and it starts loading it. I’m trying swapping the RAM to another slot to see if maybe that helps

 

EDIT: still no dice on video output

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it didn’t help
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i am probably the stupidest bastard on this planet Earth, had the HDMI cable plugged into my xbox to the mobo instead of the tv to the mobo 

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9 minutes ago, Commander Neon said:

i am probably the stupidest bastard on this planet Earth, had the HDMI cable plugged into my xbox to the mobo instead of the tv to the mobo 

It do be like that sometimes. 07's in chat bois

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@Commander NeonI have merged your 2 threads together troubleshooting this same problem. Please keep to a single thread for the problem. 

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