Mouse,keyboard, monitor and system not booting.
I need help! So I got a case and moved everything from my old case into the new one. This case is the Phantom 820, and the when I press the case power button (which is connected to my mobo) it powers up. My motherboard is ASUS Z87-PRO LGA 1150 Intel Z87. My CPU is Intel i7 4770 @ 3.4 Ghz. Everything is new, the PSU (750w), GPU(Gigabyte WindForce GTX 760), and everything. Why isn't my system booting? My CPU is in the mobo and seems to be working. What do I do? The system isn't booting, but everything else is. The cpu fan is spinning, motherboard light is working, PSU fan is spinning, GPU fans are spinning, but the system(windows) is not booting. When I press the power button on the case, all that happens is my computer's led boots and all my components start. What should I do? I checked my HDD/SSD and they're working fine. I also connected everything from the case to the mobo. Why isn't my system booting and my mouse/keyboard lighting up(they have LEDs). Also, when I plug in a HDMI cable from my monitor to the computer, I get no signal. I think it's because nothing is booting, or it's just not working! Any solutions?
kapitalistas said:I HELP U IF U HELP ME. WHATS THE MODEL OF THE MEMORY .NOT THE SIZE OF IT.
I'm sorry but I do not know! My computer came prebuilt and I just moved the ram from my old motherboard into the new case and motherboard. I have a DDR3 one, but I do not know the model name. Sorry . When I checked online, I only found 16GB DDR3 SDRAM 1600MHz.
no u don't have to apologize.the problem is the memory can be not supported or faulty.try to boot up with one stick insert in the slot (AND REPEAT WITH EACH OF ONE )and without the GPU ,just care full, hold power button to shut down the system then unplug cable from PCU wait a minute or two the disconnect the graphics card.the computer should boot up without GPU to BIOS.
If anyone has the specific issue, the computer didn't boot because I didn't push the memory sticks (RAM) into the motherboard hard enough. I had to use some energy to push them in (I was scared of breaking them, but it turns out they won't break!)
Sorry for this EXTREMELY late reply. Just thought if someone has the same problem, it's better to write how I fixed it.