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    Default Re: EP45-UD3L will not post all of a sudden

    try disconnecting the hard drive and boot up,see if you can get in bios as it may be hard drive damage due to the bump
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    Default Re: EP45-UD3L will not post all of a sudden

    Your USB devices don't power on because the system is boot looping before USB devices are fully initialised.

    It still may be any component or combination of components.

    Logical trouble shooting is your best option. Borrowing/using a spare PSU, RAM and GPU would be useful. A cheap PCI graphics Card would be OK to test with.
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    Default Re: EP45-UD3L will not post all of a sudden

    Bare bones:
    One stick of RAM
    CPU/HSF
    PCI video card
    a few fans on the power supply.

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    Default Re: EP45-UD3L will not post all of a sudden

    Quote Originally Posted by Psycho101 View Post
    Your USB devices don't power on because the system is boot looping before USB devices are fully initialised.

    It still may be any component or combination of components.

    Logical trouble shooting is your best option. Borrowing/using a spare PSU, RAM and GPU would be useful. A cheap PCI graphics Card would be OK to test with.
    Yes, sounds like I am going to have to do this. Thanks for the reply.

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    Does Gigabyte not have a offical forum?

    Because no offense to the people that are trying to help me, but two people suggested I bench test it with minimum parts when I already stated in the OP that I did that.

    "I even took the motherboard out of the Case and have it set on a phonebook with only the Motherboard, CPU, Ram and videocard plugged in and same god dam thing."

    Is there no Gigabyte actual tech people on this forum? This is pretty much the only Gigabyte forum I could find.

    I emailed them with no response.

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    Default Re: EP45-UD3L will not post all of a sudden

    Does the board have PS/2 ports? I have seen USB ports shorting cause a loopback. If you have PS/2, try using a PS/2 keyboard only and see if the problem is resolved. Finish the build. Then, test the USB ports for issues.

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    Default Re: EP45-UD3L will not post all of a sudden

    Quote Originally Posted by SCSIraidGURU View Post
    Does the board have PS/2 ports? I have seen USB ports shorting cause a loopback. If you have PS/2, try using a PS/2 keyboard only and see if the problem is resolved. Finish the build. Then, test the USB ports for issues.
    I am trying to get it to post on a work bench, No USB devices or Harddrives hooked up only MB, CPU, RAM, Video Card.

    Not posting with just those parts.

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    Default Re: EP45-UD3L will not post all of a sudden

    You can always contact GB technical support

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    Default Re: EP45-UD3L will not post all of a sudden

    Some boards require a keyboard to be plugged in to get past posting.

    Did you call Gigabyte?

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    Default Re: EP45-UD3L will not post all of a sudden

    Are they native english speakers, or from India?

    To be honest most Likely I will buy a Asus board, RMA this POS and sell it.

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