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    Unhappy Crossblade Ranger not booting/no video

    First of all sorry for my bad english.

    Hi everybody I'll try my best to explain my case... My computer used to work just fine but like a week ago there was a blackout in my country the next day I tried to turn it on and It did but there was not "video signal", I tried to clean my ram, plug the VGA cable directly on the motherboard instead of on my graphic card and still no video signal, then I tried to look up each Q code that the motherboard showed me and the codes started to change but still no video signal; finally I upgraded the BIOS and the BIOS'S botton and A Green light start to blink (both of them) and then they stop like it has finished to install the bios but still not getting anything on my screen... Btw now the Q code change from one number to another like going crazy (this is after upgrading the BIOS)

    I'm very sad I dont wanna think that my mobo its broken :/ and it is weird because it turns on all it's lights, all my components get warm like they are working, all the fan spins, video card turns on too. So I dont know what to think or what to do

    PS: I've test all my components in my brothers computer and they work, I mean my graphic card, processor, hard drive, ram and power supply and they work fine.

    Hope somebody can help me out

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    https://youtu.be/lZOKhg-Dfxk

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    Graphics Card #3GPU Tweak II 1.9.7.1 works, no GPU volt monitor since Version 2.8.3.0, shows in LN2 mode only
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    I see the BIOS button lit, but no USB stick. The Green flashing LED flashes when you press the BIOS Flashback button for BIOS update.
    Did you format (fat 32) a USB stick?
    Did you extract the BIOS file to the USB stick and rename the BIOS file?

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    Try putting your memory modules/sticks in the red slots (A2 and B2). .

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    Hope this helps.
    Last edited by pndiode; 08-21-2018 at 05:13 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pndiode View Post
    I see the BIOS button lit, but no USB stick. The Green flashing LED flashes when you press the BIOS Flashback button for BIOS update.
    Did you format (fat 32) a USB stick?
    Did you extract the BIOS file to the USB stick and rename the BIOS file?

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    Try putting your memory modules/sticks in the red slots (A2 and B2). .

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    Hope this helps.

    ¡Hi! thanks for replying so fast

    As you can see in the last picture my sticks are already in the red slots. You cannot see the USB stick because it was in a upper USB port (next to the one that says "KeyBot Port") I think that was my mistake... Do I have to use the port that says "KeyBot Port" or the one that says "USB BIOS Flashback Port"?, And I downloaded the BIOS directly from Asus webpage but I didnt renamed it, the name is "CROSSBLADE-RANGER-ASUS-1803.CAP" how should I rename it?

    Thanks in advance, I'll wait for your answer

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    Graphics Card #1ROG GTX 980 MATRIX-GTX980-P-4GD5 Bykski Water N-AS98ROG-X
    Graphics Card #2ROG GTX 980 MATRIX-GTX980-P-4GD5 Bykski Water N-AS98ROG-X
    Graphics Card #3GPU Tweak II 1.9.7.1 works, no GPU volt monitor since Version 2.8.3.0, shows in LN2 mode only
    MonitorSAMSUNG S22D300HY (2 ea)
    Storage #1WD Blue 500GB
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    CPU CoolerEK Kit L360
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    Mouse Logitech MX Master S2
    Headset ROG Strix Fusion 300
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    OS Win 10 Pro 1809
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    Yes, use the USB BIOS Flashback port.

    Right click on the on the
    CROSSBLADE-RANGER-ASUS-1803.CAP file and rename it to CROSBLDR.CAP

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    Rename file YouTube example:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERwnCcozz5k

    Copy it to a formatted FAT32 USB stick and plug it into the USB BIOS Flashback port.

    Press the USB BIOS Flashback button. And it will blink for approximately two minutes.
    When the BIOS Flashback button stops blinking it's done.


    BIOS Flashback YouTube example:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bsv2MiInry4


    The KeyBot port is for your keyboard if you install the KeyBot driver for it.
    KeyBot Youtube example:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GudlPr_loqA
    Last edited by pndiode; 08-21-2018 at 12:36 PM.

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    Cool It wordked

    Quote Originally Posted by pndiode View Post
    Yes, use the USB BIOS Flashback port.

    Right click on the on the
    CROSSBLADE-RANGER-ASUS-1803.CAP file and rename it to CROSBLDR.CAP

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    Rename file YouTube example:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERwnCcozz5k

    Copy it to a formatted FAT32 USB stick and plug it into the USB BIOS Flashback port.

    Press the USB BIOS Flashback button. And it will blink for approximately two minutes.
    When the BIOS Flashback button stops blinking it's done.


    BIOS Flashback YouTube example:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bsv2MiInry4


    The KeyBot port is for your keyboard if you install the KeyBot driver for it.
    KeyBot Youtube example:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GudlPr_loqA

    Dude I did everything you said and it WORKED! I'm So happy right now I'm using my mobo

    THANKS YOU A LOT! you are awesome!

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