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Hi @djholley ,
 
Flicking the power on and off quickly doesn’t help as it could send surges through the board corrupting data or settings.
 
Go back to basics.
 
Disconnect the HDD (either the HDD power cable or the data cable will do) and try clearing the RTC RAM (CMOS) which restores the BIOS to its’ default settings by removing/restoring the CLRTC jumper on the motherboard.
 
'''''Note: Do all of the above with the PC switched off and the power disconnected.'''''
 
Reconnect and switch on the power and check if it will now POST OK to a point where it says “no OS found” or similar error message.
 
If removing the jumper does not resolve the problem you may have to remove the coin cell battery from the motherboard (note the way it is installed so that you replace it correctly) as well as the jumper to clear the CMOS back to default - see '''note''' above .
 
Here’s a link to the [https://dlcdnets.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1150/Q87M-E/E8227_Q87M-E_Manual_Low.pdf|motherboard manual]. Scroll to Sect.1.2-1.3 to view its location and how to clear the CMOS.
 
If it does POST OK now get into BIOS and disable the LAN controller, (see Sect 2-31 in the manual) save the changes and exit BIOS, switch off and disconnect the power and then reconnect the HDD and connect the power and turn on the PC and check if it boots OK into Windows.
 
If it does then there may be a problem with the onboard LAN controller.
 
Just curious, is the modem/router that the LAN cable is connected to, still OK? No storms or power outages just before this problem occurredoccurred?
Just curious, is the modem/router that the LAN cable is connected to, still OK? No storms or power outages just before this problem occurredoccurred?
 
Get to this point and then get back with any results.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi @djholley ,
 
Flicking the power on and off quickly doesn’t help as it could send surges through the board corrupting data or settings.
 
Go back to basics.
 
Disconnect the HDD (either the HDD power cable or the data cable will do) and try clearing the RTC RAM (CMOS) which restores the BIOS to its’ default settings by removing/restoring the CLRTC jumper on the motherboard.
 
'''''Note: Do all of the above with the PC switched off and the power disconnected.'''''
 
CheckReconnect and switch on the power and check if it will now POST OK to a point where it says “no OS found” or similar error message.
CheckReconnect and switch on the power and check if it will now POST OK to a point where it says “no OS found” or similar error message.
 
If removing the jumper does not resolve the problem you may have to remove the coin cell battery from the motherboard (note the way it is installed so that you replace it correctly) as well as the jumper to clear the CMOS back to default - see '''note''' above .
 
Here’s a link to the [https://dlcdnets.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1150/Q87M-E/E8227_Q87M-E_Manual_Low.pdf|motherboard manual]. Scroll to Sect.1.2-1.3 to view its location and how to clear the CMOS.
 
If it does POST OK now get into BIOS and disable the LAN controller, (see Sect 2-31 in the manual) save the changes and exit BIOS, switch off and disconnect the power and then reconnect the HDD and connect the power and turn on the PC and check if it boots OK into Windows.
 
If it does then there may be a problem with the onboard LAN controller.
 
Just curious, is the modem/router that the LAN cable is connected to, still OK? No storms or power outages just before this problem occurred
 
Get to this point and then get back with any results.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi @djholley ,
 
Flicking the power on and off quickly doesn’t help as it could send surges through the board corrupting data or settings.
 
Go back to basics.
 
Disconnect the HDD (either the HDD power cable or the data cable will do) and try clearing the RTC RAM (CMOS) which restores the BIOS to its’ default settings by removing/restoring the CLRTC jumper on the motherboard.
 
'''''Note: Do all of the above with the PC switched off and the power disconnected.'''''
 
Check if it will now POST OK to a point where it says “no OS found” or similar error message.
 
If removing the jumper does not resolve the problem you may have to remove the coin cell battery from the motherboard (note the way it is installed so that you replace it correctly) as well as the jumper to clear the CMOS back to default - see '''note''' above .
 
Here’s a link to the [https://dlcdnets.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1150/Q87M-E/E8227_Q87M-E_Manual_Low.pdf|motherboard manual]. Scroll to Sect.1.2-1.3 to view its location and how to clear the CMOS.
 
If it does POST OK now get into BIOS and disable the LAN controller, (see Sect 2-31 in the manual) save the changes and exit BIOS, switch off and disconnect the power and then reconnect the HDD and connect the power and turn on the PC and check if it boots OK into Windows.
 
If it does then there may be a problem with the onboard LAN controller.
 
Just curious, is the modem/router that the LAN cable is connected to, still OK? No storms or power outages just before this problem occurred
Just curious, is the modem/router that the LAN cable is connected to, still OK? No storms or power outages just before this problem occurred
 
Get to this point and then get back with any results.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi @djholley ,
 
Flicking the power on and off quickly doesn’t help as it could send surges through the board corrupting data or settings.
 
Go back to basics.
 
Disconnect the HDD (either the HDD power cable or the data cable will do) and try clearing the RTC RAM (CMOS) which restores the BIOS to its’ default settings by removing/restoring the CLRTC jumper on the motherboard.
 
'''''Note: Do all of the above with the PC switched off and the power disconnected.'''''
 
Check if it will now POST OK to a point where it says “no OS found” or similar error message.
 
If removing the jumper does not resolve the problem you may have to remove the coin cell battery from the motherboard (note the way it is installed so that you replace it correctly) as well as the jumper to clear the CMOS back to default - see '''note''' above .
 
Here’s a link to the [https://dlcdnets.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1150/Q87M-E/E8227_Q87M-E_Manual_Low.pdf|motherboard manual]. Scroll to Sect.1.2-1.3 to view its location and how to clear the CMOS.
 
If it does POST OK now get into BIOS and disable the LAN controller, (see Sect 2-31 in the manual) save the changes and exit BIOS, switch off and disconnect the power and then reconnect the HDD and connect the power and turn on the PC and check if it boots OK into Windows.
 
If it does then there may be a problem with the onboard LAN controller.
 
Just curious, is the modem/router that the LAN cable is connected to, still OK? No storms or power outages before this problem occurred
 
Get to this point and then get back with any results.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi @djholley ,
 
Flicking the power on and off quickly doesn’t help as it could send surges through the board corrupting data or settings.
 
Go back to basics.
 
Disconnect the HDD (either the HDD power cable or the data cable will do) and try clearing the RTC RAM (CMOS) which restores the BIOS to its’ default settings by removingremoving/restoring the CLRTC jumper on the motherboard.
Disconnect the HDD (either the HDD power cable or the data cable will do) and try clearing the RTC RAM (CMOS) which restores the BIOS to its’ default settings by removingremoving/restoring the CLRTC jumper on the motherboard.
 
'''''Note: Do all of the above with the PC switched off and the power disconnected.'''''
 
Check if it will now POST OK to a point where it says “no OS found” or similar error message.
 
If removing the jumper does not resolve the problem you may have to remove the coin cell battery from the motherboard (note the way it is installed so that you replace it correctly) as well as the jumper to clear the CMOS back to default - see '''note''' above .
 
Here’s a link to the [https://dlcdnets.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1150/Q87M-E/E8227_Q87M-E_Manual_Low.pdf|motherboard manual]. Scroll to Sect.1.2-1.3 to view its location and how to clear the CMOS.
 
If it does POST OK now get into BIOS and disable the LAN controller, (see Sect 2-31 in the manual) save the changes and exit BIOS, switch off and disconnect the power and then reconnect the HDD and connect the power and turn on the PC and check if it boots OK into Windows.
 
If it does then there may be a problem with the onboard LAN controller.
 
Get to this point and then get back with any results.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi @djholley ,
 
Flicking the power on and off quickly doesn’t help as it could send surges through the board corrupting data or settings.
 
Go back to basics.
 
Disconnect the HDD (either the HDD power cable or the data cable will do) and try clearing the RTC RAM (CMOS) which restores the BIOS to its’ default settings by usingremoving the CLRTC jumper on the motherboard.
Disconnect the HDD (either the HDD power cable or the data cable will do) and try clearing the RTC RAM (CMOS) which restores the BIOS to its’ default settings by usingremoving the CLRTC jumper on the motherboard.
 
'''''Note: Do all of the above with the PC switched off and the power disconnected.'''''
 
Check if it will now POST OK to a point where it says “no OS found” or similar error message.
 
If removing the jumper does not resolve the problem you may have to remove the coin cell battery from the motherboard (note the way it is installed so that you replace it correctly) as well as the jumper to clear the CMOS back to default - see '''note''' above .
 
Here’s a link to the [https://dlcdnets.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1150/Q87M-E/E8227_Q87M-E_Manual_Low.pdf|motherboard manual]. Scroll to Sect.1.2-1.3 to view its location and how to clear the CMOS.
 
If it does POST OK now get into BIOS and disable the LAN controller, (see Sect 2-31 in the manual) save the changes and exit BIOS, switch off and disconnect the power and then reconnect the HDD and connect the power and turn on the PC and check if it boots OK into Windows.
 
If it does then there may be a problem with the onboard LAN controller.
 
Get to this point and then get back with any results.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi @djholley ,
 
Flicking the power on and off quickly doesn’t help as it could send surges through the board corrupting data or settings.
 
Go back to basics.
 
Disconnect the HDD (either the HDD power cable or the data cable will do) and try clearing the RTC RAM (CMOS) which restores the BIOS to its’ default settings by using the CLRTC jumper on the motherboard.
 
'''''Note: Do all of the above with the PC switched off and the power disconnected.'''''
 
Check if it will now POST OK to a point where it says “no OS found” or similar error message.
 
If removing the jumper does not resolve the problem you may have to remove the coin cell battery from the motherboard (note the way it is installed so that you replace it correctly) as well as the jumper to clear the CMOS back to default - see '''note''' above .
If removing the jumper does not resolve the problem you may have to remove the coin cell battery from the motherboard (note the way it is installed so that you replace it correctly) as well as the jumper to clear the CMOS back to default - see '''note''' above .
 
Here’s a link to the [https://dlcdnets.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1150/Q87M-E/E8227_Q87M-E_Manual_Low.pdf|motherboard manual]. Scroll to Sect.1.2-1.3 to view its location and how to clear the CMOS.
 
If it does POST OK now get into BIOS and disable the LAN controller, (see Sect 2-31 in the manual) save the changes and exit BIOS, switch off and disconnect the power and then reconnect the HDD and connect the power and turn on the PC and check if it boots OK into Windows.
 
If it does then there may be a problem with the onboard LAN controller.
 
Get to this point and then get back with any results.

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Postagem original de: jayeff ,

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Hi @djholley ,

Flicking the power on and off quickly doesn’t help as it could send surges through the board corrupting data or settings.

Go back to basics.

Disconnect the HDD (either the HDD power cable or the data cable will do) and try clearing the RTC RAM (CMOS) which restores the BIOS to its’ default settings by using the CLRTC jumper on the motherboard.

'''''Note: Do all of the above with the PC switched off and the power disconnected.'''''

Check if it will now POST OK to a point where it says “no OS found” or similar error message.

If removing the jumper does not resolve the problem you may have to remove the coin cell battery from the motherboard as well as the jumper to clear the CMOS back to default - see '''note''' above .

Here’s a link to the [https://dlcdnets.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1150/Q87M-E/E8227_Q87M-E_Manual_Low.pdf|motherboard manual]. Scroll to Sect.1.2-1.3 to view its location and how to clear the CMOS.

If it does POST OK now get into BIOS and disable the LAN controller, (see Sect 2-31 in the manual) save the changes and exit BIOS, switch off and disconnect the power and then reconnect the HDD and connect the power and turn on the PC and check if it boots OK into Windows.

If it does then there may be a problem with the onboard LAN controller.

Get to this point and then get back with any results.

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