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This will give you some insight into what's going on. –fixer1234 Aug 3 '16 at 3:58 @fixer1234 Just to better understand, this card would display a code per error I would connect that power supply to the new board to make sure your new PSU isn't underpowering it. Hopefully this is enough information to get the problem across. up vote -1 down vote favorite My Parts: Motherboard ASUS Sabertooth Z170 S DDR4 LGA1151 ATX CPU Intel i7-6700k FC-LGA 14C 3.40GHz 8M Cache 4 LGA 1151 CPU Cooler Hyper 212 useful reference

and you know how is filing if you fall on that way OK, just lets on point... Yes, it may be connected to any fan header, but it is intended to be used on the CPU fan header to replace the usual CPU fan's presence. Should I maybe look into that?rogthewookiee wrote:I do not think it is a power supply issue because as you say everything spins on but does not boot. So, maybe this had something to do with my problems?It was most likely that. http://www.sevenforums.com/graphic-cards/131608-radeon-5970-prevents-computer-booting-first-time.html

I recently built a system using Tech Report's guide (which is great by the way), and it happens to be the first I have ever built. Same result. Here is the procedure AMD gives:http://forums.amd.com/game/messageview.cfm?catid=444&threadid=162444&enterthread=y Part two of the uninstall I did with the following free program, just choose AMD in the program:http://treexy.com/products/driver-fusion Vladimir Zarkov Joined: 27 Feb 05 Posts:

I have tested the PSU from my old build, but same issue (650w new vs 750w old). Could the problem be something else? If you remember what version it was, get those. This is similar to the kernel issue where you have to add busratio=21.

See how you go trying a few different alternate set ups, and if you're getting nowhere still, unfortunately you may have tpo start to think about exchanging the unit at your If it's something similar with yours, and simply pressing the power button doesn't eventually lead you to bios and boot screens, then there might be some error in the jump from If you find .NET framework updates, install those too.-Finally, also look on ur card see if there is any red LED indicators that is lit. Is it possible to just uninstall the bad driver and install one version before it?

I went into the setting and tried to fix it but windows didn't recognize the AMD anymore. Top guyperson Gerbil In Training Topic Author Posts: 8 Joined: Fri Dec 18, 2009 4:37 pm Re: Computer won't boot first time, fine second time Quote #22 Mon Dec 21, Took a while to figure it out when it happened to me last year. From there on just couple things you could try:First of all I would like to know though what file is causing the problem.

When the installer tried to install it went about halfway and then restarted my computer. https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/dell-studio-xps-9100-with-ati-radeon-hd-5970-install-guide.5167/ They acted exactly the same as the Noctua ones. So for now lets keep it.Disable ur card for now from device manager in safe mode so you can enter windows in normal.-Now I need you to check if you have The post was probably shorting some bits on the back of the motherboard.

You can simply generate your own custom dsdt.aml by using an app called DSDTSE. see here I don't use AMD cards so can't recommend what driver to try but I think you have to have one that's older than 12.2... They didn't spin. Indeed just try get in the safemode with f8.What u can do there is go to ur device manager and disable the graphic adapter.This will make it possible for u to

I have purchased and received a new XFX HD 5970 Black Edition 2GB, since I thought that i have damaged maybe the first HIS HD 5970 card. cala_01Aug 4, 2012, 3:40 PM Well uninstalling all drivers in safemode should make it possible to boot normal again. What Corsair Module or Modules will work with my MB? this page Math noogen Joined: Jan 23, 2011 Messages: 7 Feb 13, 2011 at 7:21 PM #8 noogen Joined: Jan 23, 2011 Messages: 7 Thanks for the instruction.

Should I uninstall catalyst and the drivers? Could this also be uneven pressure (no heat sink/cooler)? I had this issue a few years ago with my first system and a bios update fixed it.PS.

Then obviously the separate Fan BLCK, with a single wire to connect to your CPU_Fan Header to provide the CPU's Water Block pump speed/tacho readings.

If trying other various workarounds doesn't bare any success, then it's not unheard of with there being an issue with the connector/lead that connects to the CPU_FAN Header being problematic. Full Review Tesoro Zone Balance Gaming Chair Reviewed by WilliamGayde Introduction A proper gaming chair won't make your computer run faster or directly make you a better gamer, but once By the way, it's great to have new hardware after going almost six years without an upgrade Top Madman Minister of Gerbil Affairs Posts: 2317 Joined: Tue Apr 01, 2003 I'm dating myself as my last build is a Sandy Bridge :).

Not even a beep. What prevents the boot here is molex connector being connected. If any other ideas which could work pop in your mind in the mean while, please share them. :P Poro View Public Profile Find all posts by Poro #6 Get More Info same problem, but I'm do upgrade from XP SP1 to SP2 and after all clean all pc with compress air and sort of all cable in nice , you know how

share|improve this answer answered Aug 3 '16 at 23:10 Munkeeface 113 Diagnosing a defective component and getting it replaced is certainly a fix. Yellowbeard View Public Profile Find all posts by Yellowbeard #7 11-07-2011, 10:26 PM parsec Registered User parsec's PC Specs parsec's PC Specs MotherboardASUS SaberTooth P67 ProcessorIntel i7-2600k with Corsair If you get it running download Memtest which is a free utility that will test the ram for you in case its an intermittent fault. I'm not sure as that was a long time ago when I first started playing with PCs).

HELP! I assume there is an issue with the Motherboard since both cards with the same model (HD5970) give me the error message and the 9800GT from Gigabyte does work and it I'm presuming the Noctua fans are not powered by the pump unit. At that point he had to leave it plugged into the wall overnight for it to charge up enough.Even if 500w is enough, it doesn't mean that your PSU isn't faulty.