I've had this iteration of my PC (sig rig) for about a year now, running around 4-10 hours per day. Everything is running fine except that starting from last week it refuses to turn on. Actually that's not quite true since it may turn on after 10 minutes or longer, but it certainly is not normal or consistent. Pushing the power button registers no reaction from any of the components. But then sometimes minutes later (I left and came back half-hour later) it will spontaneously start.
The motherboard power light is on so it is receiving power just fine and shorting out the PSU-on and ground wires on the ATX cable starts the fans spinning etc. I should also add that once the computer is running it is perfectly fine, no BSODs or anything at all that would indicate a hardware failure. So I'm wondering if I take it in to a computer store whether they will be able to fix it (I don't have the necessary tools) or whether I should just RMA the motherboard?
Cheers in advance!
Quote: Originally Posted by dlee7283
I ended up sneaking in the back door and stealing a Pentium II 450 setup which I later exchange for sex from this half asian/half white girl.