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Monitor, keyboard, mouse etc isn’t working even though the pc is working


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#1 BaconStudios

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Posted Yesterday, 05:55 PM

So about an hour ago I switched my ram without a problem everything booted up as normal then I went to my bios and changed the xmp profile from disabled to profile 1 then I did save and exit then a windows diagnostic came up and I just hit shutdown and now my 3 monitors and everyone connected to my computer (apart from my fans, and everything inside of the actual computer) isnt working when I reboot my pc it turns on but none of the things on my desk work, I tried re installing the ram tried the old ram but nothing works can someone please help

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Posted Yesterday, 06:30 PM

It would be helpful to have your full computer specs, including the specs of the memory you're replacing, and the new memory.

 

First thing I would try is a BIOS reset.   Power off your PC fully (turn off PSU or unplug from wall).   Reset the CMOS - using the CLR_CMOS jumper or button.  Alternatively remove the CMOS battery (while the PC is unplugged) for a few minutes and then refit.  At the same time, ensure your RAM modules are correctly seated, and that it's firmly pressed into the slots on both sides.  Use the same slots that it was installed in originally before you made any changes.


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Posted Yesterday, 07:12 PM

My pc specs are
Gtx 960 4gb
i5 10400f
Original ram: Corsair vengeance 2x8gb 3000 mhz
New ram: same but 3200 mhz
Gigabyte h470m

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Posted Yesterday, 07:13 PM

It would be helpful to have your full computer specs, including the specs of the memory you're replacing, and the new memory.
 
First thing I would try is a BIOS reset.   Power off your PC fully (turn off PSU or unplug from wall).   Reset the CMOS - using the CLR_CMOS jumper or button.  Alternatively remove the CMOS battery (while the PC is unplugged) for a few minutes and then refit.  At the same time, ensure your RAM modules are correctly seated, and that it's firmly pressed into the slots on both sides.  Use the same slots that it was installed in originally before you made any changes.



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Posted Yesterday, 08:13 PM

It would be helpful to have your full computer specs, including the specs of the memory you're replacing, and the new memory.

 

First thing I would try is a BIOS reset.   Power off your PC fully (turn off PSU or unplug from wall).   Reset the CMOS - using the CLR_CMOS jumper or button.  Alternatively remove the CMOS battery (while the PC is unplugged) for a few minutes and then refit.  At the same time, ensure your RAM modules are correctly seated, and that it's firmly pressed into the slots on both sides.  Use the same slots that it was installed in originally before you made any changes.

Thank you so much, it was the CMOS, i replaced it and it worked.



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Posted Yesterday, 08:36 PM

Hi, Suggest also to make sure all your Drivers and BIOS are up to date from your Support Page : https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard/H470M-DS3H-rev-10/support#support-dl-bios

Note : Your system can go to Win11 at anytime but need last Bios Update from 2021/10/05  F22a and new chipset drivers+ for 11


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