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Ryzen3 1200 no display and no POST

Hi guys,

Im new to this forum and just built a ryzen 3 1200 setup with an Asrock AM4 A320M-DGS, XFX550 as gpu and a ddr4 8gb single stick..
Since I finished and started the machine, fans are working ok but I have no video signal...

I tried to use HDMI, DP and DVI port and none of them are showing something on the video display...

Looks like the pc can't get to POST.

Just tried check the CPU, start machine changing the slots of the RAM, changed gpu, tested other ddr4 memory stick and no success...

I checked at the Asrock compatibility list of the MB and I see that my CPU is ok for this setup.

Does someone know what can be causing this?

Thanks in advance!
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  1. Double check your RAM and make sure it’s completely seated in the slot. You may have to put a little force behind it.

    Check and make sure that your GPU is seated all the way in the PCIe slot. And make sure your CPU fan is plugged into the CPU_FAN header on your motherboard.

    Check your SATA connection on your motherboard and on your hard drive.
  2. One suggestion...with only one RAM stick, you are running in Single Channel Mode. 2 4GB sticks will enable you to run in Dual Channel mode which is faster.
    This is for when you get everything running properly.

    What is the make and model number of your RAM? Did you check it against the QVL for that motherboard?

    Another suggestion is a motherboard speaker if you don't already have one. They can be useful when you can't get anything to display. The beeps will at least tell you if it's POSTing or not and possibly what the error(s) are.

    https://www.amazon.ca/Computer-Mainboard-Motherboard-Internal-Connector/dp/B00BS2BAFI/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1514491977&sr=8-3&keywords=motherboard+internal+speaker
  3. Jwpanz said:
    Double check your RAM and make sure it’s completely seated in the slot. You may have to put a little force behind it.

    Check and make sure that your GPU is seated all the way in the PCIe slot. And make sure your CPU fan is plugged into the CPU_FAN header on your motherboard.

    Check your SATA connection on your motherboard and on your hard drive.


    Hi! I've tried your suggestion, still not work...

    I just tested the gpu in my other pc and it works fine... Problem is not the GPU.. CPU FAN is connected to the correct spot on the motherboard...

    I'm starting to think about the bios trying to use some kind of onboard video and not seeing the gpu...
  4. gdmaclew said:
    One suggestion...with only one RAM stick, you are running in Single Channel Mode. 2 4GB sticks will enable you to run in Dual Channel mode which is faster.
    This is for when you get everything running properly.

    What is the make and model number of your RAM? Did you check it against the QVL for that motherboard?

    Another suggestion is a motherboard speaker if you don't already have one. They can be useful when you can't get anything to display. The beeps will at least tell you if it's POSTing or not and possibly what the error(s) are.

    https://www.amazon.ca/Computer-Mainboard-Motherboard-Internal-Connector/dp/B00BS2BAFI/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1514491977&sr=8-3&keywords=motherboard+internal+speaker




    Hi! I will check that internal speaker... very useful..

    Well, I'm using this memory:
    Crucial 8GB 2133Mhz DDR4 CL15 - CT8G4DFD8213 - into the asrock website, I see that this one is ok

    I will try to put 2 HyperX memory that I have here and check what happens next..
  5. Best answer
    Hey Guys! Just found the problem... I had one tplink wireless N board on a pcie, I removed that and guess what? System successfully boot up.

    Thanks everyone for the help!!

    Have happy new year's eve!
  6. Excellent! I will put this one in my archive.
  7. Removed TP-link wireless N board from a pci-e slot then System successfully boot up.

    Thread SOLVED !
  8. Excellent!
    Sometimes finding the solution yourself means you learn more.
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