Whats your pc?

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Re: Whats your pc?

Postby John23 » Sat Oct 26, 2019 8:42 pm

Question for y'all.

I turned my PC on this morning, and the White G-LED VGA light is on, but my PC boots fine, and runs games just fine. As it's booting, the green boot LED comes on for a little, and turns back off.

Any reason my mobo is saying there's an issue with the VGA when there isn't?
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Re: Whats your pc?

Postby Pumaxcs » Sun Oct 27, 2019 11:31 pm

What is your motherboard?

The motherboard would see your GPU as a PCI add-in card and the motherboard outputs/CPU onboard as the VGA.
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Re: Whats your pc?

Postby John23 » Mon Oct 28, 2019 2:10 am

Pumaxcs wrote:What is your motherboard?

The motherboard would see your GPU as a PCI add-in card and the motherboard outputs/CPU onboard as the VGA.

ASUS PRIME Z390-A

So the Motherboard is telling me my CPU's onboard graphics is bad?

Thank you for your response, and help!
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Re: Whats your pc?

Postby Pumaxcs » Tue Oct 29, 2019 12:55 am

That motherboard is new enough and consumer-orientated to not mention VGA as PCI, the manual actual notates the QLED's as CPU, DRAM, VGA card, and booting device. It also says the light will remain on until solved. So, it sounds like the VGA is the problem and boot light is on because it stalls but is able to move on. Unfortunately, thats all the manual wants to divulge about the LED's.

1. Take the video card out from the slot and remove power cables/video cables from it. If the light doesn't come one then it may detect something with the GPU, if the lights remain the same its motherboard related.

2. Depending on the results from step 1 and also considering the PC still boots I would start very basic. Driver updates, see if a new BIOS version exists, resetting BIOS to default values, etc.
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Re: Whats your pc?

Postby DBRider251 » Tue Oct 29, 2019 8:45 pm

What is you guys’ choice of disk cloning software?
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