If you still keep the bios all default settings after reset cmos, do you also get Q-code 22 after restart it or shutdown and start it up again?
Please try the latest bios version 4004.
Good morning STARRAIN@ROG,
thank you for your response.
Edit: After restart I get q-code 63. I get Q-Code 22 after CMOS reset and Q-code 63 after CMOS reset+restart. After forced shutdown + startup the system Boots in safe mode.
Edit2: Installed BIOS 4004 - didn’t help. Got Q-Code 22 after restarting. Now I get Q-code 01 after normal shutdown+start up. Resetted CMOS and I can enter BIOS. F1 -> EzMode -> Default (F5) -> Load Optimized Defaults -> OK Save&Exit (F10) -> System restarts just fine -> restart -> Q-code 22 -> black screen -> forcing shutdown -> starting up -> boots up normally -> shutting down -> start up -> Q-code 01 -> forced shutdown.
Guys, I need help here because I‘m working from home with my PC.
Edit: The mainboard powers my keyboard with electricity even though the system isnt running.
Edit: I was able to install older BIOS version 3801 via the designated flashback port on the mainboard using the FAT32 MBR USB stick. What did I do differently? I downloaded, unzipped and renamed the file onto my USB stick, cleared CMOS and pushed the BIOS button. And it worked. I dunno why this made such a difference, esp. since the CMOS was resetted anyways. After starting up the system, a message popped up: BIOS is updatign Led firmware. Dunno what that means.Reinstalling BIOS 3801 seems to have fixed the problem. I restarted, shut down & started up several times now without a problem. Conclusion: BIOS 3904 and 4004 are not perfectly compatible with my system. Feels bad man.
** * ** ***Kind regards