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    When I boot up my pc on the mb there is a red light on cpu and dram

    by tawanhongyok ·

    Specs:

    Gpu: rtx 3060
    Cpu: ryzen 5 7600
    mb: asrock a620m rs pro wifi

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      Re: red light

      by kees_b ·

      In reply to When I boot up my pc on the mb there is a red light on cpu and dram

      What does the motherboard manual say about the meaning of those red lights?

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      When I boot up my pc on the mb there is a red light on cpu and dram

      by cassharper030 ·

      In reply to When I boot up my pc on the mb there is a red light on cpu and dram

      Seeing red CPU and DRAM lights on your Asrock A620M motherboard during boot can be concerning, but fear not! These lights typically indicate an issue with either your CPU or RAM, and it’s often fixable.
      try the simple stuff. Double-check that your CPU and RAM sticks are firmly seated in their designated slots on the motherboard. A loose connection can sometimes cause these lights to flash. Next, if you have multiple RAM sticks, isolate the culprit. Try each stick individually in different slots to see if one might be faulty.
      If those attempts fail, a quick reset of your motherboard’s settings could do the trick. This is called clearing the CMOS memory.

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        Reply To: When I boot up my pc on the mb there is a red light on cpu and dram

        by kanewilliam325 ·

        In reply to When I boot up my pc on the mb there is a red light on cpu and dram

        Informative post. I was also facing same issue with my CPU. I checked my RAM sticks and found there was some issue.
        I contacted with Hardware specialist and he helps me to get out of this issue. I would also recommend to consult a hardware engineer if issue is not fixed at your end.

        Thanks

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