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Computer not posting after 2 week vacation


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TheGooseisl00se

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I have been running my current setup for the past half-year without any problems what so ever. That is until I went on vacation for 2 weeks and returned to my computer not posting. I went through all sorts of troubleshooting to no avail. My computer will not get past post no matter what I do so I could't find my Bios Version. I have changed out graphics cards and ram so I dont think either of them are the problem. 

The error/post codes I am getting are CC, C2, C4, and C5. Once it goes through those codes it stops for a minute and goes through all the codes again. It often stays the longest on C4 and C5 if that means anything. 

heres a video showing the codes. 

Any help would be appreciated.

specs-
Product Name:   GA-Z170X-Gaming G1 (1.0)
BIOS Ver:   Unkown - cant get past post to check
Brand:   Nvidia GTX 950
Model:   Intel Core i7-6700
Operating System:   Win 10 64-bit
Brand: G.Skill Ripjaws
Memory Part No.:   F4-3200C16D-16GVRB
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Kemasa

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The first thing to check is the power supply. Capacitor that are weak can keep working as long as they are used, but if turned off can not work. Strange as it might seem, I had a computer that refused to boot because the bios battery died. That is simple and easy to replace and try.

 

Next time don't annoy your computer and not take it on vacation. It is getting back at your for leaving it home.


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Thanks for the reply but in an effort to try ever route possible I put my old mother board back in and it works just fine. Now I have to go through the long process of getting a new motherboard from gigabyte. 


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