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Any suggestions on how to fix this or what to do? Apr 8, 3, 12 26, Join us now! Forgot Your Password? Forgot your Username?
Haven't received registration validation E-mail? User Control Panel Log out. Forums Posts Latest Posts. View More. Recent Blog Posts. Recent Photos. View More Photo Galleries. Unread PMs. Essentials Only Full Version. New Member. So I've been fighting with my new Z77 for a little over a week now Everything plugged in and only the minimum plugged in. Tried every bios and reset the CMOS. Anyone have any ideas that might help me? Thanks in advance. Do you get anything on the monitor?
Thank emmettwhen the board came out of the packaging all the PCIE switches were set to on. I turned them all off one at a time till only the number 2 was still on with the same result. I eventually was booting it without a video card at all as it seems to notice that later in the process. Do you have any way to use the onboard graphics port?
Doesnt matter the dimms I use. Memory tests fine. Everything else is the same in the test environment. EDIT After playing with the memory for a while I've found that when the system halts on post code 64 it is actually saying there is a memory change and asking to hit F1 to enter the bios. However the first time the video does not load untill after hitting F1. So this may have been a memory issue the whole time. I've noticed some delays in video response.
Wish it came on quicker. Same thing happened to me, hung at 64 with no video.
How to test a computer motherboard and CPU for failures
I tried the Mini DP, which worked. I thought my went bad, but then i switched to the other DVI on the back of the card and it works now. Dont know why, but maybe try a different connection on the back of your card. Yes, I think post code 64 has something to do with video. I booted with no DVI cable plugged in and I got this.
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So install Asus driver for motherboard which said it was for Windows 10 but after install I keep getting message saying. You may be facing the above issue due to the ASUS motherboard driver incompatibility with the operating system installed on the computer.
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I have the same question User Replied on June 5, Forum World Records. Sign In Sign Up. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of Thread: Frozen Boot Screen - Code Frozen Boot Screen - Code 64 Today randomly after starting my computer up after the gym I looked at the MOBO and it gave code "64" and not sure what that means.
I hit the reset button and it booted fine. I'm concerned, this is a new build This is after flashing the latest BIOS. Anyone know what this code means? Lots of things can cause that to happen. What are you system specs?
Motherboard giving the error code 64 after switching to a new case
And is it overclocked? I have it overclocked, yes, 4GHZ, very mild. Last edited by iddqd; at PM. How many sticks of RAM are you using? And which slots are you using?
I'm using 2 sticks of RAM Voltage at default 1. The red slots are the correct ones to use. Although there isn't any reason to disable the others in the BIOS. Do you think the keyboard was the issue? I haven't used it in a long, long time That error could have been caused by a number of different factors. I have a simple guide in my signature for setting up your RAM. You can have a look there if you wish. Just remember to Load Optimized Defaults, save and exit before you follow the steps.
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Rate And Win. AMD Game Bundle. Phantom Gaming Alliance. If you are fully aware of the category of your question, you may choose one of the categories below for frequently asked questions. Debug and how do I troubleshoot with these codes? Answer :Dr. Debug is used to provide codes that represent different errors that your system has encountered.
Please see the diagram below for reading the Dr. Debug codes and how to troubleshoot. If the problem still exists, please install only one memory module or try using other memory modules. Please re-install the memory and CPU. Please press reset or clear CMOS.
Please re-install PCI-E devices or try installing them in other slots. Please re-install the CPU and memory. Please try removing all USB devices. Please try re-installing the keyboard and mouse. All rights reserved. Information published on ASRock. Problem related to memory, VGA card or other devices. Problem related to memory. The Memory could not be detected. Problem related to PCI-E devices. The VGA could not be recognized.
The Keyboard and mouse could not be recognized.A bad computer motherboard or CPU can cause an assortment of different issues on your computer.
Below are a few of the possible issues you may encounter. It is important to remember that the issues below can also be caused by more than a bad motherboard and CPU.
There are different ways to test your computer's motherboard and CPU to determine if it's bad or has flaws. Below is a listing of these recommendations. The first thing to do is a visual check of the motherboard. A common cause of motherboard issues or failure is bulged or blown capacitors. Check the top of each capacitor to see if it's bulging or leaking, which is an indication the capacitor is blown. If you find any bulging or blown capacitors, that is very likely the cause of any motherboard issues in your computer.
Once the CPU is removed, check for bent pins on the side that is inserted into the motherboard. If you find a bent pin, that is likely to be the cause of issues with the CPU and computer. It may be possible to replace a bulging or blown capacitor, but it requires precision soldering to install a new capacitor. Bent pins on a CPU can be bent back into place, but very carefully. It is easy to accidentally break off a pin when trying to bend it back into place and if that happens, the CPU needs to be replaced.[SOLVED] MAXIMUS IX Q-Code 96, b2, b4 und VGA oder BOOT LED - English CC
If a visual check shows there are no obvious visible issues, you should use a software utility or hardware tools to diagnose the problem. Below are a couple software programs designed to test your computer's motherboard and CPU.
However, with the complexity and wide variety of computer motherboards and CPUs, these programs may not detect every possible failure.
Where can I find a list of POST codes for my motherboard?
There are also some excellent hardware tools for testing and diagnosing motherboards and CPUs. Below are a couple of these tools. If the tools listed above used to test the motherboard or CPU show that either or both are bad, then replace them.
There is no easy or cheap way to fix either piece of hardware. If you have not tried a software or hardware tool to analyze the motherboard or CPU, you may want to take your computer to a computer repair shop. Be aware that they may also recommend replacing the motherboard or CPU if they find either or both to be defective. Additional information How can I test for hardware failures in my computer?Join us now! Forgot Your Password? Forgot your Username?
Haven't received registration validation E-mail? User Control Panel Log out. Forums Posts Latest Posts. View More. Recent Blog Posts. Recent Photos. View More Photo Galleries. Unread PMs. Essentials Only Full Version. New Member. I phoned Tech Support again and they said to check the pins.
There is nothing visibly damaged. I have tested my CPU with another board and it works fine. Press F1 when you see error code Omnipotent Enthusiast. Do you fix problem???
Guy do everything to work and he choose 2x8GB to help this board to work. If it helps, I have no detection on the monitor as well. Thanks for the help. I may suggest clearing your CMOS then testing the system with only 1 stick of memory installed, reseating the 24pin 8pin power, usb keyboard, video card, but no hdd or optical drives.
If don't receive a successful boot, you can try switch to the other 2 bios settings on the motherboard. Please keep us updated with the results of your testing so we can further assist you.