A320M PRO-M2 V2 Wont Boot

Le157202d7

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Unit stops with DIMM LED On, on the "EZ Debug LEDs"
Replaced the DIMM module and still no change. Anyone have any ideas?
 

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Unit stops with DIMM LED On, on the "EZ Debug LEDs"
Replaced the DIMM module and still no change. Anyone have any ideas?
ok many things your missing here so its impossible to say what is going on.

is this a board you have got recently and made a build with or is it one that was working but now is not?

also we only know you have a A320M PRO-M2 V2 motherboard what is the rest of your system made from can you list all the part you have? >>Posting Guide<<
 

Le157202d7

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Sorry about not posting the full info.
It was a fully working unit.
No issues at all.
No hardware changes
AMD Ryzen 3 2300x
AMD Phantom Gaming D Radeon RX570 4G, graphics card
Even tried using onboard HDMI and no video card.
8gb DDR4 3000 (Teamgroup) TLZRD48G3000HC16CBK, 1.35V in DIMM1A and DIMM1B empty
Bought 2 new ;
8gb DDR4 3000 (Teamgroup) TF4D48G3000HCBK, 1.35V, 1 in DIMM1A and 1 in DIMM1B
even tried just 1 in DIMM1A
512GB SSD Drive C
4TB Drive D
Windows 10, latest version.
 

Le157202d7

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I blew the dust out of the unit
Then pulled the cooling fan and cpu and all cards and memory and took some electronics contact cleaner and sprayed all the contacts.
Let everything dry good for about an hour.
Reinstalled the CPU, new cooling past. installed the new DDR4 and video card.
It now gets to the BOOT led on the "EZ Debug LEDs".
Not seeing anything on the monitor via HDMI.
 

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your boards Graphics Ports are a total no go as you have a AMD Ryzen 3 2300x and that has no IGPU in it its a Plain CPU only so they have no GPU to use so there dead. are you connecting to the RX570?
 

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It is still a curious thing to happen out of the blue. What's your PSU model and its age?
 

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Reseated the SSD drive and its back to life!
Thanks
What kind of SSD is it? SATA or NVMe?
If it's SATA, probably worthwhile replacing the cable as maybe it no longer stays connected as well, or has just degraded.
If it's the NVMe, were the screws tight? It really shouldn't need to be adjusted or anything......if it keeps happening, you might be better off considering an add-on card to put it in, instead of the onboard one.
 

Le157202d7

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Its a 3.5" SATA SSD connected to the first SATA port.
It probably got yanked a bit when I was going through the cables pulling them out of the wrapped up bundle to clean the dust bunnies
 
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