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dz87klt-75k - POST code 00 00 - all status led powered off

Hi everybody. Recently bought this motherboard

My configuration is dz87klt-75k + i5 4670k (cpu is supported)

My board i stuck in POST code 00 00 and all status leds are powered off.

It seems like the board does not even initialize, only CPU hot led blinks red once (then shuts down) when power button pressed and then nothing else happens.

My CPU is powered with 4 PIN connector because if i plug the 8 PIN it won't start

No bios, no video

 

Any help appreciated

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Used board, I assume?

Did the board ever work for you?

Do you have memory installed?

 

Doc

 

 

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Yes used board. Tried 4 different 4gb RAM modules, switching every slot, tried different PSU but nothing changes

The guy I bought from eBay said it was working.

Probably faulty board at the end.

The strange thing is that I have no error codes, no error beeps and no error lights. POST codes starts at 00 00 and never changes status

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I have had five of these boards. One I purchased new. Two from ebay were bad. Two from ebay were good.

 

It is a very good board, but I see a lot of bad boards being passed around on ebay.

 

Likely a bad board, could be a bad processor.

 

I would probably send the board back and get a refund, but hold on until @n.scott.pearson​ responds.

 

Out of curiosity, what is the AA number on the board?

 

Doc

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CPU works for sure because I removed it from an ASRock-board PC that I used till yesterday.

I don't have the board with me at the moment but I'll post you the number when I come home

Can I ask you how you power the CPU in your configuration? With the 4 PIN or with the 8 PIN?

(Forgot to mention that, even if the board seems dead, if I do not plug the CPU power, the error beep shows up

and the board shuts down, then some kind of hw check works)

 

Thanks for you help @Al.Hill​ 

 

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Note:

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Did you ever tried to connect only the 4 pin connector for powering the CPU?

I'm trying to understand if it can be a power supply problem.

My PSU only has a 4 PIN connector and a 8 PIN that (I suppose) is suitable only for powering Video Card, not for powering the CPU

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No, I never tried just a 4-pin. From the image above, that would be bad.

 

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Thank you @Al.Hill​  I'm gonna try with an 8-pin adaptor.

With a little bit of luck this is the problem !

(It seems reasonable that board does not initialize if it has no sufficient power)

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