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    Posted: 29 Jun 2017 at 11:50pm
My build:
AMD Ryzen 5 1600
520 Watt Seasonic S12II Bronze Non-Modular 80+ Bronze
250GB Samsung 850 Evo 2.5"
1000GB Seagate BarraCuda ST1000DM010
8GB (2x 4096MB) Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4-2400 DIMM CL16-16-16-39 Dual Kit
ASRock AB350M Pro4
3GB Asus GeForce GTX 1060
Windows 10 Pro 64bit

I was having troubles with my graphics display, and after trying and ruling out everything I could find, the only thing left was to update my Bios from 2.1 to 2.5

The Bios update went through successfully, but unfortunately afterwards my build won't POST anymore. Leds and fans turn on, but nothing beyond that, and no beeps of any kind.

Tried removing my RAM and booting with that it does give the error beeps, hopefully indicating my Motherboard is still functional.

Any advice on how to get it to boot?


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Try turning off your power supply via the switch on the back -> then hit the power button to remove residual power -> remove the CMOS battery -> use the bios reset jumper, leaving it jumper-ed for 10 mins -> return everything back to normal and try to boot.

If that doesnt work, You can also try putting the bios image on a usb drive and and try to boot the system. It "may" recover itself.
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Originally posted by Jm62383 Jm62383 wrote:

Try turning off your power supply via the switch on the back -> then hit the power button to remove residual power -> remove the CMOS battery -> use the bios reset jumper, leaving it jumper-ed for 10 mins -> return everything back to normal and try to boot.

If that doesnt work, You can also try putting the bios image on a usb drive and and try to boot the system. It "may" recover itself.


A word of caution.

Depending what or why it's failing to boot, turning off power immediately after a (bad?)flash may brick your board.
Nothing here. Move on!

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Do I have other options?

The flash was from Asrock's site and Bios told me the update was successful. After the update it automatically restarted but failed to POST.
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I assumed it was already off..hes here asking for help lol.
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Your 520w Seasonic is also cutting it close powering that 3GB 1060. Minimum recommended for that card is 450w.

NewEgg began selling this PSU back in May 2010. Depending on its age it may have shed off some watts through the years(?) possibly making it not up to the task at hand now.

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817151094



Nothing here. Move on!

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http://forum.asrock.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=630&title=how-to-clear-cmos-via-battery-removal
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Originally posted by Jm62383 Jm62383 wrote:

I assumed it was already off..hes here asking for help lol.


Duh. You're correct. Embarrassed

I trust he wasn't swapping memory in and out while powered up.
Nothing here. Move on!

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I just hope he doesnt have a bricked board like I got when I updated my bios via the windows utility...Im glad they removed that option lol.
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Originally posted by Jm62383 Jm62383 wrote:

Try turning off your power supply via the switch on the back -> then hit the power button to remove residual power -> remove the CMOS battery -> use the bios reset jumper, leaving it jumper-ed for 10 mins -> return everything back to normal and try to boot.

If that doesnt work, You can also try putting the bios image on a usb drive and and try to boot the system. It "may" recover itself.


Originally posted by Xaltar Xaltar wrote:

http://forum.asrock.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=630&title=how-to-clear-cmos-via-battery-removal


Removed CMOS battery for about 2 hours, afterwards POST and boot both went great. Thank you very much!

Now to hope the Bios update helps me fix my original issue.
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