Here are the details of my system:
- CPU: Ryzen 5 3600
- GPU: DUAL RTX2060 6G EVO
- OS: Windows 11 23H2
- SSD: Kingston SSDNow 2.5" SATA III A400 Series 480GB
- RAM: Kingstom ValueRAM KVR26N19S8/8 2x8GB 2666MHz
- MOTHERBOARD: Gigabyte B450M H rev.1.1
I updated the BIOS to [F64] from the Gigabyte website, enabled Secure Boot in custom mode, and encountered this issue after the accidental 'Update PK' action.
I've tried the following troubleshooting steps without success:
- Restarting the computer and pressing the Del key to enter the BIOS.
- Clearing the CMOS by removing the motherboard battery for a few minutes.
I attempted troubleshooting with a PS2 keyboard as well, yet the issue persists. The display remains black, and the backpanel lacks a consistent power supply. Upon the initial power-up, the PC initiates successfully, but after approximately 10 seconds, it enters a repetitive loop reminiscent of pressing the restart button during the system's startup exhibiting a behavior akin to restarting itself. During the first power-on phase, all fans, including the cooler and one GPU fan, operate seamlessly. However, as the system begins to cycle through restarts, the cooler and one GPU fan appear to lose power, akin to a gradual decrease in energy, similar to a battery-powered lamp dimming when the battery is low.
Additionally, it's worth noting that the restart loop behavior can be visually and audibly observed in the video I mentioned bellow. This video provides a firsthand look at the sequence of events, offering both a visual and auditory insight into the recurring restart loop.
This should provide a clearer understanding of the situation by offering a visual representation of the observed restart loop.
Edited by essqsq, 05 December 2023 - 07:28 AM.