Asrock post code

Asrock post code DEFAULT

I will briefly list and describe some codes:

00
(It is necessary to check if the processor is installed correctly and reset CMOS)

0d
(The problem is with the memory, video card, or other devices. You need to reset the CMOS, remove, insert the RAM and video card, and also remove other USB and PCI devices)

01 – 54 (except 0d), 5A – 60
(The problem is with the memory. You need to reinstall the processor and RAM, then reset CMOS. If the problem persists, you need to install only one memory module or use another memory module)

55
(No RAM was found. It is necessary to reinstall the processor and RAM. If the problem persists, you must install only one memory module or use another memory module)

61 – 91
(Error initializing the chipset. You need to reset or clear CMOS)

92 – 99
(The problem applies to PCI-E devices. You must reinstall the PCI-E device or install it in another slot. If the problem persists, you must remove all PCI-E devices or use a different video adapter)

A0 – A7
(The problem is with the IDE or SATA devices. You need to reconnect the IDE and SATA devices. If the problem persists, you need to clear the CMOS and try disconnecting all SATA devices)

b0
(The problem is with the RAM. You need to reinstall the processor and RAM. If the problem persists, you need to install only one memory module or use a different memory module. * For X79 models, you need to install memory in the DDR3 A1, B1, C1 and D1 slots)

b4
(The problem is with USB devices. It is necessary to disconnect all USB devices)

b7
(The problem is with the memory. You need to reinstall the processor and RAM, then reset CMOS. If the problem persists, you need to install only one memory module or use another memory module)

d6
(The video card is not accepted. You need to clear the CMOS and reinstall the video card. If the problem persists, you must install the video card in a different slot or use a different video card)

d7
(Keyboard and mouse not detected. Reconnect keyboard and mouse)

d8
(Wrong password)

Ff
(It is necessary to check if the processor is installed correctly and reset CMOS)

See also my article:
Description of BIOS Beeps

Sours: https://ixnfo.com/en/list-and-description-of-dr-debug-codes-for-asrock-motherboards.html
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Question (334): What is Dr. Debug and how do I troubleshoot with these codes?(2/1/2013)

Question: What is Dr. Debug and how do I troubleshoot with these codes?(2/1/2013)
Answer:
Dr. Debug is used to provide codes that represent different errors that your system has encountered. Please see the diagram below for reading the Dr. Debug codes and how to troubleshoot.
CodeDescription
00Please check if the CPU is installed correctly and then clear CMOS.
0dProblem related to memory, VGA card or other devices. Please clear CMOS, re-install the memory and VGA card, and remove other USB, PCI devices.
01 - 54 (except 0d), 5A- 60Problem related to memory. Please re-install the CPU and memory then clear CMOS. If the problem still exists, please install only one memory module or try using other memory modules.
55The Memory could not be detected. Please re-install the memory and CPU. If the problem still exists, please install only one memory module or try using other memory modules.
61 - 91Chipset initialization error. Please press reset or clear CMOS.
92 - 99Problem related to PCI-E devices. Please re-install PCI-E devices or try installing them in other slots. If the problem still exists, please remove all PCI-E devices or try using another VGA card.
A0 - A7Problem related to IDE or SATA devices. Please re-install IDE and SATA devices. If the problem still exists, please clear CMOS and try removing all SATA devices.
b0Problem related to memory. Please re-install the CPU and memory. If the problem still exists, please install only one memory module or try using other memory modules.
* For X79 models, please try installing memory to DDR3 A1, B1, C1 and D1 slots.
b4Problem related to USB devices. Please try removing all USB devices.
b7Problem related to memory. Please re-install the CPU and memory then clear CMOS. If the problem still exists, please install only one memory module or try using other memory modules.
d6The VGA could not be recognized. Please clear CMOS and try re-installing the VGA card. If the problem still exists, please try installing the VGA card in other slots or use other VGA cards.
d7The Keyboard and mouse could not be recognized. Please try re-installing the keyboard and mouse.
d8Invalid Password.
FFPlease check if the CPU is installed correctly and then clear CMOS.
Sours: https://www.asrock.com/support/faq.asp?id=334
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List of Dr Debug BIOS Codes

So I have an official solution for the Debug Error code 07 on post. YES it is a RAM related issue. I struggled with this problem for a week before I came to a realization. So let me tell you the trouble steps I took.

So here’s the issue I was running into:

First, The specs of my brand new build:

Ryzen 7 3800x
Wraith Prism (Stock heatsink for the CPU)
MSI MEG x570 Ace (Don’t get me wrong, yes it’s MSI but the debug codes I think are all the same)
32GB DDR4 3600 G.Skill TridentZ Neo RGB (2x16GB)
AMD PowerColor Red Devil 5700xt
ThermalTake ToughPower Grand 80+ Gold 750w
1TB Inland m.2 Gen4 drive
Windows 10 64-bit Pro
1st Bios to Newest Bios (tested each one for flaws/issues)

The issue I was running into:
As I built the system, I put my RAM into A2/B2 slots according to the Mainboard Manual specifications for Dual Channel operation. Hooking everything else up and turning the system on for the first time, the Debug LCD went through a variety of debug codes quite fast then paused at 07, went through more codes, stopped at 07 and the diagnostic LED for the DRAM next to the 24pin power port on the mainboard was on as well. System would not boot or complete the post.

Steps took towards resolution

I obviously did some research online for a week straight to find no help whatsoever in solving the problem. The advice I got from doing my due diligence and researching the hell out of the Debug Error 07 code, I found the below answers.

It’s a RAM issue, right? So it’s OBVIOUSLY Bad Ram. This IS a possibility, but if you’ve already tried the below steps, read on. It was NOT my solution.

RAM Issue: So swapped out the RAM, right? Of course I did. Did I check the QVL compatibility list for my mobo, Of course I did. 100% compatible.

  1. I tried swapping the ram from A2/B2 to A1/B1. STILL no post.

  2. I tried SWAPPING THE ram modules to A1/A2, HOLY sh*t It posted and booted no problems! Well, one problem existed now. IT WAS ONLY SINGLE CHANNEL!!! Which means my ram was running at 2133Mhz instead of 3600Mhz. This is a NO GO.

  3. Just for sh*ts and giggles and for further diagnostic testing, I swapped the RAM to B1/B2 slots, It’s a Code 07 again with the DRAM Diagnostic LED on.

  4. The system had no problems or crashes or stutters running on A1/A2 in single channel, so I didn’t think it was the ram, but the easiest resolution was to swap out the ram at the store, so I did. STILL the exact same issue. No Post/Boot and Code 07 with the Diagnostic LED for DRAM on.

The DRAM diagnostic LED was still on, the Post code on the LCD display was still 07, no post/boot. Couldn’t get past 07 or the DRAM led with the new RAM either or forced to run in single channel only, which was not gonna be acceptable.

So if it’s not the RAM and the mobo is having the exact same issue with the new ram in every step, it MUST be the Mainboard, right? It’s a VERY Good possibility, but again STILL not the solution for me. Here’s the steps I took for the mobo:

  1. I swapped out the mobo, plugged in all the cables. flashed the firmware using the Flashback USB port.

  2. I repeated all the steps in the RAM testing above with the new pair of RAM modules.

I got the exact same results as above. So What the HECK! If it’s not the RAM and it’s not the motherboard, what else is there? It’s a RAM issue, right? So it’s gotta be EITHER the RAM modules themselves or the Ram slots on the motherboard are bad, right? Well, read on.

After doing some more research, I discovered that the “MEMORY CONTROLLER” is built onboard the CPU of the newer Intel and AMD CPU’s…

Could it be? Could it possibly be that the Memory Controller on the CPU itself is bad and that is why the B-Channel of my RAM slots would never function and would prevent the system from booting/posting successfully?

Infact, the answer to this question is YES!!! A Resounding YES!!!

I swapped out my Brand new (week old) Ryzen 7 3800x with a brand new one exchanged at the store and all my problems are GONE!! System works flawlessly, I now have my RAM working not only at 3600Mhz but they’re overclocked to 4400Mhz with no issues whatsoever.

I know this is an older post, but it’s one of the first that pops up on google and apparently this problem still exists from time to time, so I wanted others to be able to see it, whether you run a Gigabyte, Asus, ASRock, MSI board, etc…Hopefully I can help put this problem to rest for a LOT of people.

Now granted, I speak of B-Channel slots only because that was MY case scenario. In all honesty, If the Memory controller of the CPU is bad/defective or goes bad along the way, It can cause any variety of RAM problems, such as BSoD’s, crashes, memory errors, DRAM diagnostic LED and even post codes relating to the RAM.
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Sours: https://forum.level1techs.com/t/list-of-dr-debug-bios-codes/114364
Beep codes, POST Cards and PSU Testers

bquantumb said:

Ok, I tried with CORSAIR Vengeance RGB PRO 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3000MHz C15 LED. Same issue. I made sure they were secure and checked that they should be slots 2, 4 from left to right. Board keeps cycling post code 15, 36, b7 and sometimes 4f.

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I managed to find the bios post codes you're having here(in case you need it later)
So basically these codes mean as follows:
15: Pre-memory System Agent initialization is started
36: CPU post-memory initialization. System Management Mode (SMM) initialization
b7: Problem related to memory. Please re-install the CPU and memory then clear CMOS. If the problem still exists, please install only one memory module or try using other memory modules.
4f: DXE IPL is started (video card related)
  1. You'll need to take it a part and check if any CPU pins are bent, clean any slots and make sure there's no dust blocking them or anything.
  2. After that, you should clear CMOS (reset bios to default) manually according to the manual (p. 8&30). Videos here and here will help you understand what that means and how to do it.
  3. After finding your way though board and placing the jumper according to the manual, put everything back carefully (if the processor came with a stock heatsink install it instead of what you have)
  4. power up your system (preferably with just one RAM at first in 1st slot). If everything went right, try the RAM in the other slots, then fill the slots up according to manual one by one. Hopefully this works.
*I don't need to tell you that you have to be careful not ruin anything and if you're hesitant just check some local computer store or so to help.
*also sorry for late response.

 

Sours: https://forums.tomshardware.com/threads/asrock-x470-taichi-post-code-15-b7-with-viper-memory.3451132/

Code asrock post

ASRock Z97 Extreme4 Dr Debug Code 10

I have a motherboard which stopped working. It is plugged into a good power supply, the CPU has been checked for connections, and the RAM works fine in an identical MB. But when I start this, I get Dr Debug code 10 immediately.

I have two PCs with the same build. So I'm trying to see if the good machine can get code 10, but I cannot, no matter what I unplug.

I swapped power supplies, no difference.

Each has 8GB RAM set into A2 and B2. The RAM is Ballistix Sort VLP 160MHz.

I took the ram from the bad machine and put it in the good machine. That machine then worked fine. If I take all RAM out of the good machine I get code 53 - memory issue. If I put one stick into A2 I get code A6 - because I unplugged the SATA drives. SO I cannot reproduce the issue by swapping RAM - I've swapped a number of times with the bad machine, and it still gives onyl code 10.

So it seems that the RAM is not the issue, since I can more any of the RAM into the good machine, with the same MB and PSU, and it gets well past the 10 code.

I tried switching from BIOS A to B, but still get 10. I've pressed the Clear CMOS button. I've also used the CMOS jumper to clear it. None of these move it from Code 10.

I've opened up the CPU, took it out, put it back. Same code 10. I then swapped CPU between machines. The good machine remained good, the bad remained code 10.

I swapped the CR2032 CMOS batteries, and same results.

At this point, is there anything to do other than to get a new motherboard?

Sours: https://superuser.com/questions/1358456/asrock-z97-extreme4-dr-debug-code-10
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