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No Boot

Go to solution Solved by OskarKE,

I checked the manual for your motherboard:

With one module you have to use the A2 Slot

2018-10-19 10_00_49-mb_manual_x399-designare-ex_e.pdf - Opera.png

So i bought a brand new PC,
Components--
MB: Gigabyte x399 designer ex
CPU: tr1920x
RAM: Corsair vengance 16gb 3000mhz
PSU: Silverstone ST85 850Watt 80+ Platinum
GPU: x2 Rtx2080 founders edition
HDD: Seagate Ironwolf 4TB
SSD: x2 Crucial Bx500 500gb, M2- Samsung 970 Pro 512 gb

My Postcode is showing 16 then it switches very fast (in under a second) to FC, 64 and 3E.

Can some one help me out with this? ^^
I would be very thankfull.

~Simon M.

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yea 16 is reserved (regular Boot) FC is reserved (Error) 64 is CPU DXE initialization started(Regular Boot)

 

Edit: Speaker doesnt work

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Have you tried installing an os?

Sadness is the one true emotion, and happiness, well, that's just a lie, sadness is all many of us feel, and is all we need to feel, because having it any other way, would just be wrong, why be happy when you can just be miserable like myself. 

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i dont even have the possibility to install an os, because i dont even come to this step.

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when i klick the power button on the mb or on the case the light of the Cpu Cooler turns on and the pumps and fans are working on the postcode it is switching between 16 3e fc and 64

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That sounds like everything is alright. Try plugging your screen into another Graphics card (also try the integrated one)

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there is no integrated one and i tried both of my Rtx 2080. ?

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Just to be sure; you don't get a picture on your screen?
 

Is it a pre-build system or did you build the system yourself?

If it is pre-build I would try contacting the retailer and don't do anything else as they might not fix it if you did anything to it.

If you build it yourself; I would try only using one RTX and/or trying an older GPU (if you have one lying around

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I build it on my own, The GPU switch didnt changed anything.

 

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ok.

How much Ram modules are you using and which Ram slots are populated? 

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oh woops maybe that could be the problem. i didnt mention that such a thing could be a real problem lul thx :D i try it when im at home

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