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Zombr
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Evening guys,

I'm having an issue with my computer build. This has only just happened and I can't pinpoint the issue.

Every time I go to boot my PC, it shows me the "arsenal gaming" logo then cuts off. Just today it also started flickering on the windows 10 home screen. I'm able to run W10 in safe mode which works, and I can access BIOS settings also.

Does anyone have a clue what is happening?

Specs:

Ryzen 5 3600
Radeon 5600 XT

Thanks
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Zombr wroteEvening guys,

I'm having an issue with my computer build. This has only just happened and I can't pinpoint the issue.

Every time I go to boot my PC, it shows me the "arsenal gaming" logo then cuts off. Just today it also started flickering on the windows 10 home screen. I'm able to run W10 in safe mode which works, and I can access BIOS settings also.

Does anyone have a clue what is happening?

Specs:

Ryzen 5 3600
Radeon 5600 XT

Thanks


Try reinstalling W10?
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Check if your RAM is properly installed. I had this problem and apparently, the RAM wasnt all the way down and installed properly. Wouldnt hurt to check it out
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Reinstalled windows 10 and doesn't seem to have fixed the issue.

Changed RAM slots and thats given me no justice either.

Any other solutions guys?
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Update your BIOS and restore default settings, could be some issue with your bios configuration.
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also check your cmos battery
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If the flickering isn't happening whilst your in the BIOS, chances are it's a driver issue

This is then backed up by your statement of "it doesn't happen in safe mode"

With Radeon drivers known to be a pile of absolute garbage, this is where i'd personally start.

Link to DDU - Display driver removal


Side note - I've had an issue similar to this in work and oddly, choosing another display output on the graphics card worked a treat. So I'd recommend possibly trying that too.
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