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Hi guys,

Everytime I unplug my desktop it takes some period of time until it can be booted up after plugging in the desktop. During that period pressing the power button will not do anything. It might be a motherboard problem but this problem did not start until the day I have installed EnhanceMySe7en. Coincidence? I don't know.

Are there any suggestions that I could try and see if it fixes this problem? Although this doesn't affect me much but I would be very thankful if this problem does not exist.

Thanks,
Donald
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sounds more like a power supply issue. But not quite sure. anyways I hope that by posting this we can get some ideas flowing
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sounds more like a power supply issue. But not quite sure. anyways I hope that by posting this we can get some ideas flowing

Thanks for replying. Are there anyways to test it?
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well to start if you think its a porgram that screwed it up try uninstalling program next time it is on. next if you have any OC's disable them and thirdly check your motherboard for any signs of ruined components next to your ATX 24pin power
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