7f post error

7f post error

If there is no options or display even after the CMOS and Pin clearing(except the error codes) is there any way to fix it if corrupted? Yep, pressed the F1 key when the error code shows, tried holding the F1 key through the whole boot to that point, held the Insert key for the. The Maximus XI Hero motherboard has a 7F error code, which the manual says is "Reserved for future AMI DXE codes". What does it mean??

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Thread: Motherboard Boot/Post error code 79/7F

I have tried many solutions as in replacing the CMOS battery. I have tried to reset the bios too by clicking the CMOS button 7f post error the back panel as well. I tried all slots of the ram but it wasnt the ram. For if I did remove the ram 7f post error speaker would beep twice and I would get the memory code 55 or detect memory. I tried the removal of my GPU as well but I would get the same 7F/79 Test Nvram code. I tried to use the other GPU slot but it was ineffective, same codes. I also tried to my other GPU but no luck. I also removed the CPU to test if that was the problem but the motherboard would just be blank and say CPU meaning that I need the CPU in before I get any codes or boot. So its none of my components, I tried re-wiring, I also tried flash key my bios in many different versions. I tried to install windows as well with a usb but no boots just same old error code. Also no displays at all on my monitor both in HDMI AND Display Port. everything worked amazingly well,until I touched 7f post error bios settings(Perhaps it might have been a raid setting for my disk drives that I changed to, but other than that I cannot recall which specific setting it 7f post error and then the code just started showing and now I dont know how to fix this I researched many articles and still no solution. PC Specs : 7f post error : Asus Rog Maximus XII Formula z CPU: If GPU: Rtx Ventus OC RAM: 32 GB Viper Steel DDR4 16x2 Gb Power Supply: Evga Supernova W

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    7F error code on DFI mobo

    need help with a error messege codei am getting a 7F error code on the led on my DFI Lanparty UT P35 T2R mobo and of course the manual doesn't have a 7F error listed in it.

    the system was running fine with a E in sprers.eu i got a Q and put it in and now the system wont boot and can't get into the bios.i've tryed clearing the biosreseting the bios poped off the cmos battery and nothing has worked tried even some different memory"muskin" and still get the error I'm at a lost right now and frusrated andy help would be much appeciated running the 2/14 bios and here are the system spec's

    Q G0 @ ?? workin on OC
    TRUE (lapped)w/ S-Flex
    DFI LP UT T2R w/ HR(Lapped) on NB
    2x1 GB Crucial Ballistix Tracer PC
    EVGA GT SC mb
    Gig WD HD
    W Seasonic
    k @ ?? TBD
    Noctua NH-D14
    Asus P8ZV Pro Gen3
    4x4GB sprers.eu Ripjaws
    EVGA GT SC mb(need upgrade ASAP)
    1x Corsair Force Series GT GB
    1x WD Black 1TB RPM
    X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty
    SeaSonic X-SERIES X

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    Hey,
    I am getting the same error message. Did you get his solved in the end?

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    Try these two things, different psu and change ram slot or use only one or two slot.
    System 1 Server
    Asus Extreme Striker
    Intel E stock
    GSkill 2gb PC X4=8Gb Ram
    Areca ML, 2gb ram
    Samsung gX7 RAID6
    WD Raptor 74G
    ATI X
    Antec Watt
    CM Stacker
    DELL 24" FPW

    Main System
    GIGABYTE GA-EP45T-USB3P
    Intel Q at ghz v
    sprers.eu Ripjaws Series 4GB (2 x 2GB) 7f post error DDR3 SDRAM DDR3
    Samsung 3x HDIJ GB
    EVGA GTS m
    Ultra X3 W
    CM Cosmos S

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeoGeoView Post
    Try these two things, different psu and change ram slot or use only one or two slot.
    I did a few things, cleared CMOS moved graphics card to different pcie slot,
    tested RAM, 7f post error. Somehow I got it working again.

    I am still uncertain what the problem was. I will do some ram testing today
    to try to find out.

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    God I emember getting the same thing. I can't remember exactly what 7f post error did to fix 7f post error and I have limited access to the internet right now so I can't do any googling but make sure you have your ram in slots 2,4,6 instead of 1,3,5. But just google as much as possible because it's a common problem.

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    Remove all hardware (cpu, 7f post error, ram, gpu, cards etc)
    Remove the cmos battery & psu cables.
    Press on the power buttons a few times

    And now leave it overnite and pray for that little spark of miracle to occur


    it's a common problem, and I have face this on other dfi boards as well
    And I have yet to find a proper solution to this problem

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    for me it was the psu an X3 Watts it seems the 12v was loose and if posted 7f error.
    System 1 Server
    Asus Extreme Striker
    Intel E stock
    GSkill 2gb PC X4=8Gb Ram
    Areca ML, 2gb ram
    Samsung gX7 RAID6
    WD Raptor 74G
    ATI X
    Antec Watt
    CM Stacker
    DELL 24" FPW

    Main System
    GIGABYTE GA-EP45T-USB3P
    Intel Q at ghz v
    sprers.eu Ripjaws Series 4GB (2 x 2GB) Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3
    Samsung 3x HDIJ GB
    EVGA GTS m
    Ultra X3 W
    CM Cosmos S

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Z GAMING CARBON WIFI 7F 55 ERROR CODES

A1 & B1 is no good. The board has a daisy-chain RAM slot layout, so always put it into the second slot of each channel, not the first one. If you put it into the left slot of a channel, the right slot is acting as if there's bits of loose wire hanging from the RAM module, you get signal reflections and all kinds of bad electrical properties. See my thread about RAM for more details.

See if it works with just one module in slot A2. If it boots like that, update the BIOS to the newest version.

7f post error how-to:
1) Get the latest BIOS. It's always the topmost one when you click on "BIOS" on the MSI support page. sprers.eu
2) Extract the file onto a USB stick.
3) Enter the BIOS by pressing DEL during boot, go to "M-FLASH" in the BIOS.
4) Once M-Flash (the updater) is loaded, it will show a list of your drives. Select the USB stick and select the previously extracted file on there.
5) It will ask for confirmation and 7f post error update the BIOS. It's fully automatic from there, takes about two minutes.

 

Hello everyone,

Stressing pretty hard right now. I just recently upgraded my K, Maximus VIII Formula, 32GB MHzHyperX Fury to a K, Maximus XI Formula, 32GB GSkill TridentZ RGB MHz. System ran perfect fine for a 7f post error. The next day, I was trying to OC my K. Using AI overclock in the BIOS, I only set my CPU Core Ratio to "AI Optimized" and DRAM to the XMP 1 profile, and CPU_FAN to Turbo instead of standard, 7f post error. I didn't change anything else.

Booted the PC and everything seemed totally fine. AI OC set it to GHz with V. My cooler is a Noctua NH-D15 with ThermalGrizzly Kryonaut. I was getting about C at idle.

Ran Prime95 for stability, and then walked away. Came back about 5 minutes later and had a blue screen with stop code "CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT"

Rebooted, and less than a minute into being booted into Windows, I got another blue screen that read "KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED"

Rebooted again, but after a few minutes I got another blue screen, this time "SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION"

Rebooted again, looked into the blue screens. Most of them said it could be instability related to drivers and BIOS. So I downloaded the most recent BIOS version (), which the notes said "increased system stability." That seemed to be an issue I was having. I followed the guide in the manual for updating the BIOS. Downloaded it, extracted the file, copied it to the flash drive (USB ). Renamed the file sprers.eu Then shutdown my PC. I placed the flash drive into the BIOS flashback port, then held the BIOS flashback button for 3 seconds. The light began flashing. After a couple minutes, 7f post error, the light went out, 7f post error, which the manual states is the indication that it's complete (the status LED on the flash drive itself also turned off). I removed the flash drive, then pressed the start button on the motherboard. It didn't boot, and just said 7f on the postcode display. I tried restarting several times. I tried clearing the CMOS several times. Nothing. I then tried reflashing to the previous BIOS version (), and did the same things, with the same results.

What do I do? Is my motherboard bricked?

Thanks in advance. Feel free to ask any questions, I may have left something out while writing this.

System Specs:

  • -iK
    -Noctua NH-D15 (ThermalGrizzly Kryonaut)
    GB GSkill TridentZ RGB MHz
    -RTX Ti FE
    -ROG Maximus XI Formula Z
    -Samsung EVO for boot drive
    -EVGA SuperNOVA G3 W
    -Windows 10 Pro, Version Build
Update: Attempted BIOS recovery according to page of the manual. Nothing happened.

I attempted to breadboard it, to narrow down the potential problem. I shut the system down, turned off the power supply and drained capacitors. Unplugged the Ti and removed it. Turned the PSU back on, then powered on the system. Still 7f.

I shut the system down, turned off the PSU, drained capacitors, and removed all of the RAM. Still 7f.

I have only the motherboard, CPU + cooler and PSU that are connected. What more can I do?

 

Answer

Hi,

Thank you for posting your query on Microsoft Community.

As per the description, I understand that you are getting blue screen with error code.

I would like to know some information.

  1. Have you made any changes to your computer settings prior to this issue?

 

I would suggest you to refer to the suggestions by Jessen P replied on October 9, and check if that helps.

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NOTE: A clean boot is performed to start Windows by using a minimal set of drivers and startup programs. This helps eliminate software conflicts that occur when you install a program or an update or when you run a program in Windows. You may also troubleshoot or determine what conflict is causing the problem by performing a clean boot. You must log on to the computer as an administrator to be able to perform a clean boot. Your computer may temporarily lose some functionality when you perform a clean boot. When you start the computer normally, the functionality returns. However, you may receive the original error message, or experience the original behavior if the problem still exists. If the computer is connected to a network, network policy settings may prevent you from following these steps.

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Once you perform clean boot do refer to the section “How to reset the computer to start normally after clean boot troubleshooting” to boot the computer in normal mode.

 

Hope this information helps. Please let us know if you need any other assistance with Windows in future. We will be happy to assist you.

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