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Boot loop after Powerlost

FroxIV
  • 25 months ago

Hey Guys.

When my PC loses power (pulling AC cable to swap something or Powerlos because of storm etc) it won't boot. It flashes CPU than Ram indicator and repeat (Asus Rx480 flashing white when the loop repeats)... Only way to fix it, is to restart the pc 2-3 times and spamming the reset button ( or short the pins for reset switch) Its so anoying because I have to open the case everytime for that because my case doesn't have a Reset switch.

Can someone tell me whats the problem?

Full Setup list down below

Im running Ryzen-Blanced powerplan uptodate drivers for chipset,GPU etc and latest BIOS.

Gonna write Gigabyte support too, hoping someone here can give me an faster answer.

Already done:

-Running stock Ram speeds

-Running stock GPU/CPU speeds

-Cleared BIOS

-Flashed BIOS

Guys i need some HELP

https://de.pcpartpicker.com/list/TqKPbj

Comments

  • 25 months ago
  • 2 points

Shut down your pc. Switch off the psu and pull out the cable. hold the power button at least 30 seconds. Plug everything in and try again. If the same issue still remains, it's time for a new psu : /

  • 25 months ago
  • 2 points

Make sure your RAM is in the right slots (1, 3). If that doesn't work send back your PSU.

  • 25 months ago
  • 2 points

Whats the chance of getting a mad Motherboard instead of broken PSU? I swaped my older PSU in and got the same problem. Ram sticks are in correct slots.

  • 25 months ago
  • 2 points

Honestly this sounds like a super weird mobo issue. Not sure if this will work but it can't hurt to try and replace the CMOS battery... otherwise it's probably just a motherboard capacitor thing.

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