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HELP!! Asus z87 Pro, i5-4690

tatey
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So my asus z87 pro isn't posting with a i5-4690, i've been using it with a i7-4770k and made sure it's updated to the newest bios. i've tried different ram different psu different gpu. 

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What happens when you turn your PC on with the i5? Where did you get that CPU and are you certain that it works?

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1 minute ago, Levent said:

What happens when you turn your PC on with the i5? Where did you get that CPU and are you certain that it works?

so when i turn the pc on all the lights come on it reads 00 on the code readout and the cpu light comes and stays on, i connected a speaker and it gave no beeps. the screen stays no signal

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1 minute ago, tatey said:

so when i turn the pc on all the lights come on it reads 00 on the code readout and the cpu light comes and stays on, i connected a speaker and it gave no beeps. the screen stays no signal

i've also tested the cpu in another mobo and it all works fine

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6 minutes ago, tatey said:

so when i turn the pc on all the lights come on it reads 00 on the code readout and the cpu light comes and stays on, i connected a speaker and it gave no beeps. the screen stays no signal

Did you insert it and reset the cmos when it was in the socket?

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9 minutes ago, jaslion said:

Did you insert it and reset the cmos when it was in the socket?

yep took the battery out and left it for ages, also reset bios to defaults

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