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R4Be Error 34 after Fan installation

KingOC288
Level 7
Hello

I just called the asus service but they only told me i should rebuild my pc, which isnt possible because of hard tubing. My problem is, i indtalled some fans, replugged my hdds and startet my pc. It didnt boot. After a short time y saw my cpu power cable was unpluggend. Didnt know why. After fixing that problem my pc stays at error 34 without a signal to my monitor. Y cleared Cmos, reinstalled Ram, unplugged the Fans, but nothing helps. (My pc was just working fine yesterday! )

The red led next to the mainboard power is lightning. Its the one next to Vga, near anything + core.

Could you help me please?
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BOLTS4BREKFAST
Level 12
Try clearing CMOS again.. But afterwards.. Instead of rebooting - unplug power cord from the wall and hit power button to drain power from the motherboard. Then remove CMOS battery and let it sit for at least 10 seconds.

Then reinstall CMOS battery, plug power cable back in, and restart computer. Go into BIOS and make sure boot selection is set to the correct drive.
NZXT Phantom 820
Asus Rampage IV Extreme
NZXT HALE90v2 1200w PSU
Intel i7 3960X OC'd @ 4.7Ghz
Corsair H100i (Push/Pull)
MSI GAMING 4G GTX 980
16GB Corsair Dominator GT 2133Mhz
2 Samsung 840 Pro 256GB SSD's (RAID-0)
2 Samsung 850 Pro 256GB SSD's (RAID-0)
SoundBlaster Z PCIe Sound Card
Logitech Z906 5.1 Surround Sound
Sennheiser PC360 Headset
LG Blu-Ray Burner
Windows 10 Professional 64-bit

I tried it a few times. Only one time there was the error b4 but the same struggles like with the error 34. The other times i got 34 again

BOLTS4BREKFAST
Level 12
I think next step would be to try another power supply..
NZXT Phantom 820
Asus Rampage IV Extreme
NZXT HALE90v2 1200w PSU
Intel i7 3960X OC'd @ 4.7Ghz
Corsair H100i (Push/Pull)
MSI GAMING 4G GTX 980
16GB Corsair Dominator GT 2133Mhz
2 Samsung 840 Pro 256GB SSD's (RAID-0)
2 Samsung 850 Pro 256GB SSD's (RAID-0)
SoundBlaster Z PCIe Sound Card
Logitech Z906 5.1 Surround Sound
Sennheiser PC360 Headset
LG Blu-Ray Burner
Windows 10 Professional 64-bit

Korth
Level 14
PSU should be good. It hasn't been outputting peak loads (or indeed, anything beyond idle load) since the computer failed.
But attempting to operate the computer without plugging in all the ATX power connectors could cause all sorts of problems, though - motherboard hardware damage (burnt VRMs, blown caps, etc), corrupted motherboard firmware (bad BIOS), it could even kill the processor and/or PCIe card(s). Your mobo Q-LED suggests the problem is a component on the motherboard power regulation, not the power source itself.

You already unplugged the PSU, removed mobo battery, waited half a minute, Cleared CMOS, yes? Were you able to boot far enough to reflash a BIOS? Does the other Dual-BIOS segment boot up? Does any components feel really hot, smell burnt, make noise, or seem to act strangely when the mobo is powered on? Can you spot any damage on the motherboard with a careful visual inspection?

Try the advice on this thread. If that fails then you'll have to dismantle your hard tubing anyways while you strip down to hardware troubleshooting ... or you end up finding no other faults and replacing a dead mobo.
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It doesnt show me a bios, but i reflashed it, without any change. The second Bios also stucks at 34. It doesnt smell, and it looks correct. cpu pins cant be bend, because i never changed anything there.

Tried it without gpu power, b2 error, but nothing else. Unplugged everything unnecessary and also tried via hdmi.

Nothing changes.

Is there some guide for a correct troubleshooting? Like if that works, this and this component should be ok..... ?