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i have a 500 watt if that will suffice

Indeed, try it instead. I hope it's a somewhat decent/acceptable one.
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i'm not sure how decent it is to be honest. it came with a computer of my fathers.
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update: whenever i try and shutdown from windows, it reboots itself
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post #14 of 40
could be a short somewhere, might have nicked something when you put the other HDD in.

the 500w will be fine, just don't go running any stress programs.

But fist I would take everything out and put back in, making sure everything is connected right.
post #15 of 40
Try the PSU. Just for a few hours or so. At least the wattage is suitable.
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update: whenever i try and shutdown from windows, it reboots itself

LoL ... well ... this is weird. Loose coonection somewhere perhaps ..
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97.23547% (repeating ofcourse) chance it's the PSU.

No BSOD/Errors and shutdowns is almost always related to PSU.
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update: whenever i try and shutdown from windows, it reboots itself

And it does this every time? If this is the case there's a good chance you just didn't connect the mobo correctly to the case. Possible there are wires somehow touching (bent) that are sending signals to shut the computer down.

When the comp shuts down.. does it just shut down (like you lose power to your house), or do you actually see "Windows shutting down...".

If it's an instant shut down, it's probably the PSU... if you actually see windows shutting down, the computer is incorrectly built.
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when i shutdown from windows i get the "windows is shutting down..." but otherwise when it just randomly does a shut down it's as if i lost power.
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Try the other PSU and update us.
    
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hmm my motherboard requires an 8 pin connector on the top side and my 500W only has a 6 pin and a 4 pin connector (sorry i can't quite remember what they are called at the moment)
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post #20 of 40
i dont think that the 8pin would be an issue. ive made computers and only had 4 pin and they work fine.

Im guessing that it aint overheating. check the bios to see your cpu temps
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