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What color is light supposed to stay on or does it change

Reez12

I built a pc and the motherboard light changes to red white and orange idk what it means 

 

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HI,

 

red light on your motherboard means internal hardware is either plugged-in incorrectly or not working.

 

When the white light is illuminated on the motherboard, it serves as an indication that there may be underlying problems affecting either the graphics card itself or the connection between the graphics card and the display. 

 

motherboard showing orange light?
Insufficient or faulty power supplies may trigger voltage fluctuations, causing the orange light to come on. Always choose a good power supply to protect against any type of power surge that could damage the motherboard and trigger the error light.

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2 minutes ago, ET_Explorer said:

HI,

 

red light on your motherboard means internal hardware is either plugged-in incorrectly or not working.

 

When the white light is illuminated on the motherboard, it serves as an indication that there may be underlying problems affecting either the graphics card itself or the connection between the graphics card and the display. 

 

motherboard showing orange light?
Insufficient or faulty power supplies may trigger voltage fluctuations, causing the orange light to come on. Always choose a good power supply to protect against any type of power surge that could damage the motherboard and trigger the error light.

Wait is it true that if u don’t got a gpu your usb is useless on motherboard 

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8 minutes ago, Reez12 said:

Wait is it true that if u don’t got a gpu your usb is useless on motherboard 

No, where on earth did you hear that?

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2 minutes ago, Alex Atkin UK said:

No, where on earth did you hear that?

Somone told me that like 1 month ago they keep making me like scared cause like my pc I just built I wanna make sure it works I just need to buy a graphics card 

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3 minutes ago, Reez12 said:

Somone told me that like 1 month ago they keep making me like scared cause like my pc I just built I wanna make sure it works I just need to buy a graphics card 

Also of the debug LED turns white and stays white, but the PC is working fine, don't worry about it.  Mine did that a few times, its merely there as an indication of what might be at fault if you have problems.  If you aren't having problems it can be ignored as the BIOS seems to sometimes glitch and forget to turn it off.

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Just now, Alex Atkin UK said:

Also of the debug LED turns white and stays white, but the PC is working fine, don't worry about it.  Mine did that a few times, its merely there as an indication of what might be at fault if you have problems, if you aren't having problems it can be ignored as the BIOS seems to sometimes glitch and forget to turn it off.

I hope my pc will boot into bios when I still the gpu I got like a discrete cpu Ryzen 4500 4000 seris 

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27 minutes ago, Reez12 said:

I hope my pc will boot into bios when I still the gpu I got like a discrete cpu Ryzen 4500 4000 seris 

I would suggest asking an adult to help you out.  If you aren't sure your components and are easily convinced things like a GPU/USB relationship...

 

I think you may need help/guidance.

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