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High-end PC (tier 12) - 2012 build
12-01-2014, 05:16 PM,
#31
RE: High-end PC (tier 12) - 2012 build
Unfortunately I didn't see anything noteworthy from BF nor Cyber Monday. Will wait for 980 sales!
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05-11-2015, 10:59 AM,
#32
RE: High-end PC (tier 12) - 2012 build
Something made the computer crap out of the weekend. I am not sure what the cause is. Here's what happened:

- Computer suddenly restarts, then restarts again.
- The ASRock X79 E6 board then has a lit CLR CMOS button.
- Computer now turns on, but will not POST, so no display signal nor boot into BIOS prompt.

Any advice would be appreciated!
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05-12-2015, 12:49 PM,
#33
RE: High-end PC (tier 12) - 2012 build
To add on this, the current debug display shows the system being stuck at 34. I've reset the CMOS after electrical discharge and it's still stuck there. I am not sure whether there had been damage to the motherboard.

Here's a short footage of the error:


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05-13-2015, 08:14 AM,
#34
RE: High-end PC (tier 12) - 2012 build
01-54 comes up as a memory problem. dr debug says to reseat cpu and memory and then clear cmos. i would troubleshoot the memory dimms.

good luck
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05-13-2015, 11:15 AM,
#35
RE: High-end PC (tier 12) - 2012 build
(05-13-2015, 08:14 AM)PwnBroker Wrote: 01-54 comes up as a memory problem. dr debug says to reseat cpu and memory and then clear cmos. i would troubleshoot the memory dimms.

good luck

I referred to the manual here: http://ftp.66.226.78.21/manual/X79%20Extreme6GB.pdf and found that the 34 debug code is as stated:

Quote:CPU post-memory initialization. Application Processor(s) (AP) initialization

It hangs there and I cannot get the motherboard to POST. I have reseated and checked all of the memory sticks at each slot starting with A1 incremental.
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