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boot, but cant detect CPU or RAM


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#1 rockskunk

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Posted 23 March 2018 - 07:04 AM

okay, a long one.

 

so. about 2 weeks ago, my pc suddenly BSOD'd.

upon reboot, it went straight to a system recovery, which i left running for 2 days, and 0 results.

so, i try formatting, and reinstalling windows, but after 3 hours, i wasnt even 5 percent done. 

i first thought my HDD was dead.

got a new HDD. reinstall windows, thought i was done. 

 

past week, my PC had more BSOD's than ever, so i tried looking at different problems. tried memtest (first time and stuff) 

this is where it gets weirder, memtest showed 0GB DDR3 ram. which is correct, since i have 8GB DDR4 (1x8GB)

but it shows no errors. 

and this morning, it BSODs again. (while running firefox)

reboot... i check configpanel, and it shows me CPU not detected, and ram not detected.

once again a BSOD and now its back at the system recovery...

 

by now, i have 0 clue whats up, and how to fix this. 

 

looking for someone who does.

 

Specs:

MB asus mainboard b150m-c

CPU intel core i5-6400 2.70 Ghz

RAM 1x8GB DDR4

GPU GeForce 70 GTX


Edited by rockskunk, 23 March 2018 - 07:13 AM.


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Posted 23 March 2018 - 08:00 AM

Have you tried reseating your CPU and RAM?



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Posted 23 March 2018 - 09:58 AM

Have you tried reseating your CPU and RAM?

ram, yes. multiple times.

CPU, no, due to the lack of paste






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