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    Question Maximus VI Formula NO POST: Central ROG logo ON, but Start/Reset buttons OFF :(

    Hello,

    After working flawlessly for a year, my computer won't start since yesterday.

    I went through the usual steps of troubleshooting (visual components check, looking for loose connectors, etc.), but everything seems fine.

    I noticed that when the PSU was on, the central ROG logo would be illuminated (pulsating), but the START and RESET buttons lights remain off.

    I haven't seen the START and RESET leds lit since the problems started.

    Does this mean the motherboard is at fault? Should I start an RMA process? Any other ideas of what I should be doing/trying?

    Thank you.

    PS: I've attached photos of my open-case test build; you can see the ROG logo turned on, but START and RESET turned off
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    PPS: Here is my full config

    Thank you

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    Went to a Asus vendor. He confirmed that I should RMA.

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    The other possibility is the PSU. Have you tried to start up with another PSU, just for a test?

    Jeff

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