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New Motherboard Windows install

I've been trying to install Windows 10 on this computer for over a day now and consistently it bricks before I can even get to any semblance of a Windows logo. I have tried unplugging every USB device, used 3 different boot discs/USBs, read countless forum posts, and nothing. If anyone has had the specific problem I am having that would be greatly appreciated, video detailing exactly how it bricks below. If you need any more info, just ask, I have a pretty good understanding.

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At this point it is defective.

Talk to the maker what to try then get it exchanged. My bet is they'll update the BIOS and check if the CPU is supported.

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Thanks for the speedy response!

I'll try taking it up with the company. Anything I should mention to them? Just cause I still don't really get what's up with the diagnosis. Either way, thanks!!

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I can't tell which BIOS you have. shows the CPU is supported BUT there are three 9700K listed and the latest BIOS is dated 7-1-2019 which yours is in 2018.

I noted a few items so I take it this is not possible for you to update. In that case back to the seller and demand they send you a current motherboard and the BIOS good to go. Not everyone knows how to deal with this.
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Thanks again

I will follow through with that, I really appreciate your help on this. Have a good one

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Forgot the build specs in anger

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