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    Maximus IV Extreme: Error debug code 00: non boot [possible solution]

    Hi. This morning I went to start up my mive just to realize that it wouldn't boot up. Error code was 00. I started by clearing cmos, swapping memory's, trying different memory's, nothing. Disconnected all cables attached, removed cpu from socket, memory's out, while the cr2032 battery was out. Left it out for about 15 minutes. Reseated cpu on the socket with it's original fan, started up... nothing, debug still was showing 00 code. I started to search on google for that problem, and get to see some cases that they had to return the mobo for a replacement.
    After almost trying everything, I watched all the mobo switches, and pressed the Q-Reset switch, and right after that I changed the LN2 mode to off, and voilá, started up showing debug normal numbers and letters, and booted up right away. I want to share this because I also saw a member at asus forums that had to RMA his max. iv ext. around february because a problem almost equal to mine. Thank you, and hope it help's somebody. Cheers.

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    Thanks this little guide fixed my Debug code 00 error.

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    Sorry to ask like a complete noob but where is the Q-Reset switch? (I'm using the Rampage IV extreme btw...)
    Last edited by Xovius; 04-28-2012 at 02:58 PM.

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    Next to the power button on the motherboard.
    To help us help you - please provide as much information about your system and the problem as possible.

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    ROG Strix X299 00 Problem

    Hi and a big thank you to the poster of this thread.

    With my ROG Strix X299 I ran into the same problem and I was afraid I had to RMA my mobo until I read your post here.
    After I reseted the CMOS Battery the system bootet again.

    @ASUS: Why is this happening and how do you prevent it and will this happen again anytime soon?
    As I had to remove my GPU and the M2.Cooling.bracket to reach the CMOS Battery it took me quiet a while to do it.

    So again: Thanks

    BTW I didnt change a lot of BIOS settings if someone would think my changes could be the reason. The only thing I changed was to enable XMS because my memory runs at 3200 speed. No overclocking over Volt-changing whatsoever.

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    Disable XMP for now and see if the problem shows up with system on stock.

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    This happend to me just right now on the Asus Zenith Extreme Alpha!

    code 00 and no boot

    Way to go asus!

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