- Gigabyte Z390 debug LED codes
- Debug LED Code 47
- Getting debug led error code 04
- "04" error code on Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD3H
Gigabyte Z390 debug LED codesRegister Now! Login Register. Please login or register. Home Help Search Login Register. Hi guys. I'm getting a bios post code of 04 after bios goes through all the codes it then jumps to Have done a few GPU benchmarks and running good. Just confused as to what the code 04 is telling me. Going by the manual power on south bridge initialization is the code but i cant find any useful info from google. I have updated my bios but still not fixed. Presume when in the OS it reads A0 which is normal. If it passes by 04 and doesn't hang on it, I would say disregard it. The Last Hoorah! Sorry and thanks for you reply. No its in the 04 mode while in windows. I have noticed if i reboot straight after the initial cold boot it then goes to A0. I will just give it time and see as confused with the bios code. Thanks again. Any yellow exclamations in Device Manager? I will check when I get home from work. I will uncheck xmp in the bios and see how that goes. I'm hoping it's juat a windows 8 problem as I have windows 7 available and will be just as happy runing that. I know this will sound like an odd possibility, but I am starting to wonder if it is a glitch with the PSU compatibility issue that Z87 seems to suffer. Is your PSU on the list of ones that has been kind of quase certified to work ok with Z87? Turning off XMP did not fix the problem and no yellow exclamation marks. Unless there is another site i need to check this out with??. Thanks again for your input. If the PC runs fine like it is in Windows 8 do you think i should just let it go or may it bring up problems later. Or as stated give Windows 7 a try.?. If willing to do some more testing, if you have a spare HDD to load W7 on, give it a try. Could definately be an important thing to know and maybe help others along the way. Something is dodgy in the system, but what? I also received my Nvidia gtx UEFI so that may be another option of runnibg that in windows 8 and see what happens. I'll check them out when time available. It posts this from a cold boot as well. Everything seems to be running fine here as well, but I'm also curious to know what is causing it.
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Debug LED Code 47
Register Now! Login Register. Please login or register. Home Help Search Login Register. Have done loads of testing and come to the conclusion that it's either the CPU or the motherboard that is the issue. It was only a year ago that my other motherboard went bad and I traded it out. Thing is that I need my computer up and running as soon as possible, and there's a lot on stake if I don't succeed. Seeing that the CPU should have the lowest risk of giving in - I'm skeptical. I don't know anyone else that uses this type of CPU, so can't test it. I wish to hear if anyone else have experienced this and how you solved it. I'm just really nervous as if a new CPU doesn't do it, then. I don't know what to do! Also, the other reason for me creating this topic is to try and post concrete results from changing the CPU. What have you done so far? If running Quad channel try 1 memory stick and use only 1 channel at a time. Quote from: electrostingz on November, Quote from: Svet on November, If I'm getting the ik as a replacement for the CPU, will there be lots of a hassle for me? Or can I install the latest version through a flash drive thanks to my mobo? Seeing that the 6th generation is using Broadwell-E instead of Haswell-E. I already done this Svet. Barebones, with no ram, it issue me error E3. With only one stick, one time i got error b7, then after reboot same, over codes running. The only thing i didnt replaced that is critical in the set is the psu. I will go tomorrow to a friends office to try to boot with another PSU. I really doubt its the case, since the psu seen fine, and its a top quality Seasonic PSU. I have another seasonic before this one, that died a few days after a power surge last year. I just replaced the psu, and the system was fine. It could be stressed till broken, i dont know im just figuring, i cant really pin down if its cpu or motherboard, but since i need this computer i will be forced to either purchase a new motherboard or a new cpu. Its kind of ironic because i never update the mobo bios due to fear of bricking the board and now im with a probably brick board. Here's a tiny update. All components were tested together, without finding any flaw. So it feels like I'm back where I started. Quote from: magdi. Quote from: felix on November, Computer is up and running once again. Changing Motherboard did the trick for me. I do not know really where the real problem lies in the same did paintings or in the operating system, specifically automatically activated the Fast Boot feature. Hoping to solve your problem :.
Getting debug led error code 04
Home Help Login Register. Z97X-UD5H error code Hi guys. Im getting 04 error code first time booting this thing out of the box. Quote from: nun on May 18,am. Hi, I do see 04 I'm the guy mentioned above but only in certain situations. In my case 04 relates to a power state. Windows 8 has a function called 'Fast Start up'. This creates a folder which saves all your settings on shutdown. If you boot back up again relatively quickly then Windows uses this folder to boot faster and the 04 code will then appear. This is much like resuming from sleep where the code 03 will be seen. Turning off Fast start up via the control panel and power options will see the system boot up from stand still with no 04 code and it will boot straight to A0 as per normal function. In your case booting from cold you should see A0 or whatever stands for normal operation with your board although your motherboard may differ from mine GA-Z97X-Gaming 7. If your system is running without issue i wouldn't worry about it. If it does bother you though you could try reseating your components like gpu, ram and HDD. I'd actually got the above the wrong way around. Booting from cold will get you the 04 debug code as that's when the fast start up folder is used. If you reboot it's not used so hence the default to A0.