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@pietro90 I@piero90

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had the same problem with MSI z390 Gaming Pro. The ‘fix’ was to put the RAM sticks in slots 3&4. [br]
@pietro90 I@piero90

I
had the same problem with MSI z390 Gaming Pro. The ‘fix’ was to put the RAM sticks in slots 3&4. [br]
 
 
the system would then boot up fine so you could update bios or change ram settings.
 
nobody can tell me why it worked but I have come across more stories coming up with the same solution.

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I@pietro90 I had the same problem with MSI z390 Gaming Pro. The ‘fix’ was to put the RAM sticks in slots 3&4. [br]
I@pietro90 I had the same problem with MSI z390 Gaming Pro. The ‘fix’ was to put the RAM sticks in slots 3&4. [br]
 
the system would then boot up fine so you could update bios or change ram settings.
 
nobody can tell me why it worked but I have come across more stories coming up with the same solution.

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原帖由: Eduard ,

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I had the same problem with MSI z390 Gaming Pro. The ‘fix’ was to put the RAM sticks in slots 3&4.  [br]

the system would then boot up fine so you could update bios or change ram settings.

nobody can tell me why it worked but I have come across more stories coming up with the same solution.

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open