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Computer in endless reboots without beeps when breadboarding to RAM


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#1 Miker2808

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Posted 09 April 2017 - 11:41 AM

I bought today new cpu motgerboard and Ram stick.
Installed anything and it didnt work. i decided to follow some breadboarding troubleshooting. And it aent beeping errors without the ram. Once installed the ram.. Same problem.. No beeping and the machine reboots instantly in few seconds.. Goes the same way non-stop.
i tried removing the bios battery. And resetting cmos, but nothing. Any advice what I should do before returning the Ram stick? Its a new build so I got only one stick with me.. And no. Other motherboard to support the ddr version

MB: H110M-DS2 DDR4
Cpu: pentium G4560
Ram: G.Skill 8GB 2133mhz. (check both slots)

Psu zalman 450

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Posted 09 April 2017 - 01:52 PM

What is the model of the G.Skill RAM module?

 

It looks like there is a piezo speaker on the motherboard.  But I didn't see any information regarding enabling the speaker.  You should look in the user manual to see what it states there.  If the speaker is working you should get a beep when the computer powers up.

 

If you have an external speaker you could plug into the green audio output on the rear of the motherboard.


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Posted 09 April 2017 - 08:09 PM

The Kaby Lake series of CPUs require at least an F20 BIOS version, per Gigabyte; as your build won't post, do you know anyone w/ an older Skylake cpu to test in the board? (If that works, then you can at least reflash the BIOS to the later version)

 

http://www.gigabyte.com/Support/Getcpulist?Type=Product&Value=5668


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Posted 09 April 2017 - 10:46 PM

The Kaby Lake series of CPUs require at least an F20 BIOS version, per Gigabyte; as your build won't post, do you know anyone w/ an older Skylake cpu to test in the board? (If that works, then you can at least reflash the BIOS to the later version)
 
http://www.gigabyte.com/Support/Getcpulist?Type=Product&Value=5668

Thanks for the advice, yesterday I found out I have to updage my bios.. i will return my motherboard and ask the the guys in the store to update.. Annoying that they didn't even tell me aboht that




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