I have the same problem. I have an AB? (Ab) or A6? (it looks like Ab) hangup on boot up and it doesn't matter what monitor is used. The monitor says no connection and then turns off, with motherboard hanging at what looks like Ab. v
Hello,I apoligize if this is a duplicate thread.So, the truth is I have no real business trying to build a gaming PC without help. Bu I tried anyway.Finally got all my components togetherMobo: Gigabyte z77X-UD5hCPU: Ivy Bridge 3770s(yes, I now understand I shouldn't have gotten the s for a gaming pc)GPU: EVGA 570 2.5 gb PSU: XFX 850w Pro Series 80 bronzeSSD: 128 GB crucial(i currently have no mechanical HDD hooked up)RAM: Mushkn Ridgeback 8GB(2x4GB)...the number 1600 comes to mind hereCase: Cooler Master Storm TrooperOptical: Cheap Blu Ray player (HP)So here is the problem. I turn it on and I can see it booting up via the debug LED that is on the Mobo. The problem is that I never see the POST screen on my monitor(the monitor goes to sleep after scanning for DVI/HDMA/VGA).Keyboard turns on(led's anyway) So does mouse.Nothing on monitor and the debug LED stays on A6(or it could be Ab, but I don't see that code in th book, I see AB).According to the manual, A6 is part of the normal process, but not the end of it. The description of A6 is "detect and install all currently SCSI devices"However, directly before going to A6, the debug says A9 which is described as "Bios setup is started"Any thoughts, suggestions? I am extrelmely grateful for any advice.