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    Default So a funny thing happened to me this weekend

    In the middle of gaming, Nikki's (my girlfriend/fiance) machine looked like it took a poop on me. So I thought it was just a really bad derp at first, so I restarted it... it was getting power, but the monitor received no signal feed. Then every time I tried to restart the system it would do something else really bizarre. TLR, I tested out every single other piece of hardware in MY computer... it worked just fine... I even took the steps of BUYING another motherboard AND CPU just to eliminate those as a fluke possibility... unplugged the NZXT Hue that she just got... ... ...

    ... PC boots up just fine. ARE YOU FRIGGIN KIDDING ME!?!?!?!?!? LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOL


    Bright side: I now have my test bed AND I found a 240GB SSD that had JUST gone on sale today for 100 bucks at Tigerdirect (Kingston V300) AND got a brand new FX-8350 for 30 bucks off.

    Now ALL of the drinking shall commence

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    Always look beyond the limits...

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    Default Re: So a funny thing happened to me this weekend

    Update: turns out this rabbit hole goes way deeper than I originally thought it did... now that essentially all new hardware is installed in her machine it still won't boot. Posting doesn't even occur, nor do any of the motherboard trouble LED's illuminate (it's an Asus M5A99FX PRO R2.0). On occasion I will get a post that tells me that overclocking failed... I fail to see HOW there could be a failed overclock without ever having done so on this motherboard... anyway, I go in, make sure that the BIOS is set up properly, make sure that all my hardware is being detected (it is), then I save changes and restart... then no posting again. I even have the motherboard speaker plugged in in this instance to see if there are any beep codes thrown out... nothing... unfortunately I won't know if it's the motherboard until I swap back to the old one... but I have no way of doing that presently as I JUST ran out of thermal paste which I now have to reorder :-/.

    I swear some times I want to throw all this **** out the window. The one thing I noticed about the random POST that will occur: it seems to happen when I switch around memory modules between a pair of Kingston HyperX sticks and G.Skill Ripjaws. Neither one will allow me into the OS though. Both hard drives for her system are detected and usable on my computer, so is her graphics card. The power supplies (BitFenix FURY 650G AND Silverstone Strider Gold S 850W) are both in good working order... the CPU is brand new and known to be good from testing in my system (so is the old CPU, as it turns out, though in her old motherboard she was getting a CPU LED for some odd reason). None of this makes any god-blessed sense to me.

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    Default Re: So a funny thing happened to me this weekend

    Have you tried the MemOK! feature to try to get it to boot? Could be a RAM setup issue. What you are describing is exactly what ASUS boards do in this situation. MemOK should at least get you booted.

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    Default Re: So a funny thing happened to me this weekend

    +1 for Mem OK button.
    Seams to be RAM problem, according to everything you just described.

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    Default Re: So a funny thing happened to me this weekend

    Here's the rub though: the memory works just fine in my rig. I even tried using my memory, which is good, and even that didn't work. MemOK# just kinda temporarily fixes the issue, then it won't post again. The one time i managed to get into her os, the machine seemed mostly fine with the exception of the drivers not meshing up entirely. Then i restarted, and boom... No post again.

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    Default Re: So a funny thing happened to me this weekend

    If memory works fine in your rig, and doesn't work in rig of your GF means your GF board have problems with memory slots not with the memory. I'd same problem with my R4E borad , all ram sticks works fine in my other rig, but not in my main rig. Had to change the board (local ASUS representative). They gave me, (as I still have 1.5 years of warranty), a brand new R4BE for the price of R4E + $50 (excellent deal ).

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    Default Re: So a funny thing happened to me this weekend

    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
    If memory works fine in your rig, and doesn't work in rig of your GF means your GF board have problems with memory slots not with the memory. I'd same problem with my R4E borad , all ram sticks works fine in my other rig, but not in my main rig. Had to change the board (local ASUS representative). They gave me, (as I still have 1.5 years of warranty), a brand new R4BE for the price of R4E + $50 (excellent deal ).
    Agreed. I have had this also, but only with Intel boards.

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    Default Re: So a funny thing happened to me this weekend

    And deeper the rabbit hole goes: i managed to get a test bed of sorts set up to migrate parts over, one at a time, to test and see if i can identify the culprit part. So far i have tested everything except the CPU cooler... And everything is working fine. Granted i am also not overclocking anything at this time, but this is truly nuts lol. Even the hue and the cables for her case switches and fan controller are plugged in and working just fine. I'm not knocking it...but damn... Lol. Now almost the entire system has been rebuilt, I'll update here when i get in my noctua paste and can transfer over the glacer for the final test.

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    Default Re: So a funny thing happened to me this weekend

    Mike, Have you checked to see if you have something that is shorting out in your case? That can cause issues as well. Now that you are testing the system outside of the case and its working fine I suspect that it can be a short somewhere.

    This happen to me with a system before and it would randomly reboot, turned out to be the case shorting the motherboard out. Changed case and problem went away..

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    Default Re: So a funny thing happened to me this weekend

    Haven't gotten to that point just yet. Gonna wait on some more stuff to come in the mail that I ordered so that I can test her Glacer 240L out properly, then re-introduce the overclocks. While i work on that I'm gonna give the case a thorough going-over... but there is no other case... it's a 760T though, so it's not out of the realm of possibility that there was a static discharge that was the culprit.

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    Default Re: So a funny thing happened to me this weekend

    I also noticed you mentioned you had a Hue installed, Double chk that the underside of the Hue (the light strip) doesn't have any parts of the circuit touch the case. Since I read you mentioned that when you had the Hue off, the system booted.. I have a feeling the Hue can be giving the case a current and causing the issue at hand and not your glacier.

    I've read of ppl having issue like this also with LED strips that they had installed due to the circuit just peaking thru on the underside of the leds.
    Just a thought to look at that to chk mark all the possibilities..

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    Default Re: So a funny thing happened to me this weekend

    Thing with the testing right now us that the hue is still installed in the case while its plugged in, and everything is working fine now. Like i said this issue is beyond nuts, but i still have to take the rest of the hardware out of the case first to go over everything with a fine tooth comb to make sure nothing could be creating a ground somewhere.

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