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    Posted: 16 Sep 2022 at 2:48am
I replaced my 1700 in my X370 Fatal1ty Professional Gaming. I ran all the bridge bios upgrades to 7.00 then applied the 7.10 beta bios. All good, windows still booted between each update.

I swapped the cpu (removed 1700, installed 5800x), now the system goes into a reboot loop.
Dr. Debug flashes codes:
33, 43, 7A, 60, 66 (power cycles after 66 code)

I unplugged, pulled the CMOS battery, no change.

Yanked all the USB devices, no change.

Any ideas? I'm running some G.Skill TridenZ 3200 ram (model F4-3200C16D-32GTZR)
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maybe it is best to contact ASRock tech support
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What sometimes works is
1. disconenct the power to the PSU
2. keep the start button pressed for around 20 seconds
3. remove the BIOS battery, for about 5 minutes and place it back
4. remove the memory modules
5 start the system and leave it for about 5 or so minutes, and switch it off
6. insert 1 memory module in slot A2
7. Start the system, and give it some minutes
You must have a graphics card, monitor, and preferably a wired USB leyboard and mouse, best not to use wireless.
If it still doesn't boot, maybne something went wrong in the BIOS flash, but this board can be flashed with a special BIOS programmer
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