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I bought and built a pc but it won’t work. Help me find the problem

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So I recently bought a pic with the parts:
Ryzen 3 2200g
Team t-force dark 3000mhz 8gb (2x4) ddr4
Corsair vs550 550w psu

Please help me Im desperate. I have uploaded a video on YouTube to help.
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Gday Benwalker1, welcome to GtoG.

What CPU cooler did you install?


Please do the following to start some troubleshooting.

With the PSU plugged in, but switched off at the mains. 

briefly touch a bare metal part of the case, this to discharge any static charge stored in your body.


Remove the ADATA XPG SX6000 NVMe SSD.

Disconnect any case fans.

Remove the memory sticks.


Check that the CPU fan is securely connected.

Switch on the PSU.

​Switch on the monitor.

Press the case power on button and press and hold down the keyboard delete key, as the computer boots.


Do both the PSU and CPU fans spin up and keep going?

Is the BOIS displayed on the monitor?

If yes, look at the top left under information, what is the BIOS ver number?


​Switch off the computer and report back. 


Info, > https://www.asus.com...K/HelpDesk_CPU/


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Well Benwalker1,

​Disappointed that you did not reply.   If you fixed the issue, please let us know how you solved it, so that others may be helped. 

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Gday iammykyl,


Well Benwalker1,
​Disappointed that you did not reply. 



Others share your disappointment Michael, being that you have not been afforded the courtesy of any reply it would be inappropriate to assume that the OPs computer problems had been solved and so the thread has been reverted back to unsolved.

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