- Jul 18, 2014
- Asus X299 Prime DeLuxe - 3105
- RX 6900 XT
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Before you disassemble the motherboard, try this:Thank you WC, but when I tried it, still did the same thing:
CODE: 2D Detect Memory
So, I believe it may be the Mobo itself. I finally got a call from Asus tech support and they told me to send the Mobo back for testing. If you (or anyone) have another suggestion, please let me know, thanks.
The good thing is I do have a third Mobo that I can use, but I would HATE to have to take everything apart (drain the water-looped system and all the PETG water-cooling parts), to get the Mobo out and put in the new one. But it looks like that may have to happen. Oh well...
Update the bios again, after updating, start up and press the red button, (CLEAR CMOS), in the next restart enter the bios and load the default values, save and in the next restart load your custom values, save and reboot. If in any of these steps you get the Memory error, press the black button (Memory OK) and follow the process, if this does not work, it may be the motherboard.