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Join Date: May 2012
MSI 990FXA-GD80 wonít start and stops at debug 99
I have a MSI 990FXA-GD80 motherboard with me and I planned to make a computer with two RAMs of 8 GB that of Kingston, PSU of XFX PRO 1200W and other peripherals that will be available at best price in market. The main objective of my building a computer for myself is to make it last long without having to replace any part of it. I have connected all the parts and I have tested its SSD and graphic card, all are running fine with LEDs of the Graphic card blinking properly. When I am running the diagnostics for the RAM to see if they are running properly, it generates a series of numbers which I suppose must be some technical terms. The numbers are FF, 19, FF, 19, 36, 4F, 60, 78, 79, 96, 62 and 99. After the number 99 appears, the blinking cursor stops at its place for some five to ten seconds and then the computer shuts down. There is no sound, no beeps that RAMs usually do when in trouble. It just goes off and thatís it. The Kingston RAMs which I am using is of frequency 1600 MHz and according to the manual of MSI 990FXA-GD80, they should work properly. Also these diagnostic results are in a numerical form which I canít understand. Can someone tell me what the problem can be with my motherboard and the RAM?