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    Posted: 29 Mar 2017 at 3:09am
Hi everybody

I have just finished to build my ryzen build with the fatal1ty K4 mother board however when I try to boot nothing happened.
Only the red led which flash regularly.

No Dr Debug, nothing, what could be the problem? 

Thanks a lot for your help



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There's absolutely NO way anyone can begin to assist you with what little you've offered so far.

How about start with list your system components and along with them the age of the PSU also.

You might also list what steps YOU'VE taken so far to diagnose so we here don't waste yours and our time going over that which you've already done yourself.





Nothing here. Move on!

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Originally posted by SpacedCb SpacedCb wrote:

Hi everybody

I have just finished to build my ryzen build with the fatal1ty K4 mother board however when I try to boot nothing happened.
Only the red led which flash regularly.

No Dr Debug, nothing, what could be the problem? 

Thanks a lot for your help



I agree with wardog 100%! Thumbs Up

But if you get nothing on the Dr Debug display, I would suspect the PSU, or the connections of the 24 pin ATX power connector, and the 4/8 pin CPU power connection.
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Hi,

Yep sorry i was a little bit frustrated to get that results :(

Components:
- Ryzen 1700X
- Corsair LPX CMK16GX4M2B3200C16W
- SSD M.2 Samsung S矇rie 960 EVO
- MSI RX480 8GO

All the power cables are coorectly linked. I have tried to clear the CMOS, remove the motherboard battery, nothing new. I have tried to take off one Ram and get the last one on the first slot: nothing new.
I have tried to boot manually (out of the case), nothing new.

Thanks a lot for help
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