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Aurora R10, motherboard failure?

I’m not sure what to do? My Aurora R10 does not display to my monitor and flashes 2 then pause, then once then repeats.I have a R5-5600X, AMD Radeon RX 5300, 550W power supply, 8GB ram.

Update=Resolved by clearing cmos

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if the computer fails the POST, the computer emits a series of LED codes in amber color during the start-up.

2,1 System board failure


try clear cmos settings.

#11 CMOS reset jumper (CMOS_CLR)

#12 Password reset jumper (PW_CLR)

  1. Turn off the computer and disconnect the power cable from the computer.
  2. Remove the computer cover. 
  3. Locate the 2-pin password jumper labeled PW_CLR on the system board.
  4. Remove the 2-pin jumper plug.
  5. Locate the 2-pin CMOS jumper labeled CMOS_CLR on the system board.
  6. Move the 2-pin jumper plug from the password jumper to the pins on the CMOS jumper.
  7. Plug the power cable to the computer and wait for 10 seconds for the CMOS to clear.
  8. Disconnect the power cable from the computer
  9. Move the 2-pin jumper plug back to the password jumper.

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Have a computer technician take a look at it?


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if the computer fails the POST, the computer emits a series of LED codes in amber color during the start-up.

2,1 System board failure


try clear cmos settings.

#11 CMOS reset jumper (CMOS_CLR)

#12 Password reset jumper (PW_CLR)

  1. Turn off the computer and disconnect the power cable from the computer.
  2. Remove the computer cover. 
  3. Locate the 2-pin password jumper labeled PW_CLR on the system board.
  4. Remove the 2-pin jumper plug.
  5. Locate the 2-pin CMOS jumper labeled CMOS_CLR on the system board.
  6. Move the 2-pin jumper plug from the password jumper to the pins on the CMOS jumper.
  7. Plug the power cable to the computer and wait for 10 seconds for the CMOS to clear.
  8. Disconnect the power cable from the computer
  9. Move the 2-pin jumper plug back to the password jumper.

redxps630_0-1642226446754.jpeg

 


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