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Thread: Issues with Boot ASUS Crosshair Formula VIII after VGA Code 95

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    Question Issues with Boot ASUS Crosshair Formula VIII after VGA Code 95

    Hardware:

    AMD RYZEN 9 3900X

    ASUS CROSSHAIR FORMULA VIII X570

    CORSAIR DOMINATOR PLATINUM 4000 4x8GB

    INNO3D GEFORCE RTX 2070 Super iCHILL Frostbite

    CORSAIR RM850

    SAMSUNG 970 EVO PLUS M2 NVME

    Windows 10

    water-cooled



    Hi guys,


    I have built a water-cooled system which runs fine with the automatic overclocking (TPU I and II in the Bios Mode).

    I tried the Asus Suite 5-Way Optimization (used all settings on Extreme) and got 4425 unstable under load (Prime95) but runs fine without any tests.

    Now I tried (based on the 5-Way Optimization) harder Tweaks in BIOS Extreme Tweaker (higher Voltage, forcing RAM Frequency on 4000 -> stock setting from Corsair RAM, Command Rate on 1T etc. ).

    After this changes, I restart the system and it's started on a short way and rebooted into a loop (after 2nd run, I forced to shut down by pressing the power button on the PSU)

    It doesn't matter, which settings I used (I cannot remember all, because I was playing on a digital playground ).
    Fact is, I cannot reach the Bios after restart, because of Code 95 (PCI Resource Request) and the Message "Load VGA Bios" on the little Code Display on the Mainboard.

    I tried all way I know:

    Striped all Components / used another until CPU (never changed, because of positive Code), GPU (tried all PCIe Slots), PSU and 1 Stick RAM (tried all Slots).

    Fact is, the GPU runs fine on another boards, so I think, the PCIe Lane or something is broken?

    CMOS Reset on the I&O plate is functional but changed nothing.
    Same for the Bios flashbackHardware:
    Safe Boot changed nothing

    Another possibilities to get into Bios?


    Thanks for your help.

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    Pull all power and BIOS battery. leave sit for about an hour. Perform BIOS reset with reset switch/jumper. Power back on. System might boot up and appear to be doing nothing, let sit, memory training may be happening. it may even cycle boot a couple times.
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    Thanks for your informations.

    ASUS took the board for quality check and they said, there aren't any issues.
    I got it back and it is running normal now.

    I don't know what happened.

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