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Computer does not turn on after activating resizable bar


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Hello everyone,

I have an i7 9700k processor, z390 aorus pro board and rtx 3080 aorus .

Bios updates have been released that allow the activation of a resizable bar, I downloaded them and installed according to the instructions..everything went smoothly..but I saw that the option is still not active in the control panel of .

 

I realized that I need to enable the above 4g decoding and enable resizable bar options in the BIOS options.

 

I did it and restarted..but since the computer does not boot (I have such a component that beeps every time there is a boot, and now its beep is different..this beep of error.

 

I tried to unplug the power cord and reconnect after a while..nothing helps.

 

I would be happy for urgent advice ..

Edited By amit14
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I reset it with a screwdriver ...

Is it interesting to try it again and reset again if necessary? Or is it dangerous / did not work once = will not work later?

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Did you reset with a screwdriver? What is ? the 80s ?

There is no CLR CMOS button on the board?

 

I really hope you follow the user's instructions .

It is your sole responsibility.

Because yes it can be harmed if things are done wrong and how they should be done.

Edited By A-10
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Why are you just blabbering on? There are full boards yet that clear cmos is by shortening two pins and there is no problem doing it with a screwdriver.
And to open the discussion, you can try again, but if it happens again just give up the resizeable bar right now, it's almost completely negligible anyway and you can try again later with updates.

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Thank you very much for the comments.

@ Moon-Mage, I do not understand this enough - is there a reason that if it did not work the first time it will work the second time if you do the exact same thing?

Again, what failed was not updating the BIOS itself but changing the settings bro ..

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This is technically possible..and the motherboard companies have released an official BIOS that supports it.

 

Overall,

Is there a reason that if such a process fails one time it will succeed another time?

If not, what can cause such a process to fail?

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I just wanted to update if anyone is curious that it works with the B450's And the same 3080 of gigabyte that should open the discussion after updating the motherboard BIOS to the latest version and updating the Vbios of the card to the latest version as well so probably really the motherboard BIOS is the problem.
I have not done too many tests before or after so I can not say how much better or worse it was than before.

Edited By Moon-Mage
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Thanks for the update.

By and large after reading a bit I realized I had to turn off an option called csm for the rebar to work.

After I did that it really worked..but all the games crashed for me right away / during the first loading basket.

Just canceling the rebar in Bios helped ... so right now I'm without it ... but with the latest bios ...

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