are you using a ps/2 keyboard or a USB?
do you have the motherboard speaker installed to reveal any beep codes?
a quick google search did reveal that those are LED post codes maybe like the beep codes, , still searching.....
i found the motherboard support area..
ok, a little further here...what video card is installed?
it looks like it may be a fault with the power supply going to the card upon power-up...can you try a weaker card?...i keep an old 9500gt handy just for such cases as this. the thing is, when you first power-up, the mobo is sending max TDP to the card, as an initialization step. another thing is, if the card is using the 6 or 8 pin power plugs there is that little remainder of TDP that comes from the slot....sometimes a card offers a bad combination.I.e. the card is 140 watt TDP like a gtx 660, that has one six pin provision, that is 75 watts from the plug, where oh where does the remainder 65 watts come from to make POST? that might just be a few watts over what the mobo slot can do sometimes and you get a snagged POST.. Some high-end mobos offer the 8 pin power provision that is a sweet deal for such cases as that. but most of them are 4 pins like ours. my x58 motherboard has the 8 pin provision though.
if your mobo is extremely sensitive like my P5N-D is, then there is also a case for playing musical ram slots.
Edited by synergy513, 17 November 2015 - 05:32 PM.