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Old 07-19-2019, 02:25 AM   #1
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I've been having my computer randomly no signal, fans spin up and stays on but frozen like that. No audio. Until I hold the button. Then it will boot fine. It happens pretty much consistently when trying to reboot the pc but not when shutting down fully and booting again.



Tried resetting windows

memtest and harddrive health seems fine

Changing boot and sleep options

Temps all seem fine

disabling OC and mem settings to XMP and default.



I did have my motherboard die and I had to RMA it for a replacement kind of recently. But I had no problems until this started happening.

It did seem to start right after a windows update but it could be unrelated.



Windows 10 pro 64bit

Should be up to date.



AMD Ryzen 5 1600

Patriot Viper 4 3400mhz 16gb (2x8gb)

ASRock AB350M pro4 (5.50 BIOS)

XG2703-GS monitor

MSI gtx1070 armor 8gb OC

Corsair TX650M 650 watt Power supply



1x m.2 ssd

1x Sata ssd

2x HDD
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