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post #2661 of 3912
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Originally Posted by smke View Post


He could have a loose connection some were he should go around to every outlet turn off Powere and check that all wires are tightly screwed down

 

That would be a LOT more work than just trying his computer on different outlets. For each outlet, he would have to do the following:

 

  1. After turning off the power, get down on his hands and knees with a screwdriver (likely two screwdrivers since he'll likely encounter both slotted and Philips screws)
  2. Remove the plastic plate (the cover)
  3. Remove the screws that hold the outlet secure in the electrical box
  4. Pull the outlet far enough out so that he can check the connections
  5. Check the connections
  6. Push the outlet back into the box
  7. Screw the outlet back into the box
  8. Put the plate back on
  9. Go turn the power back on
  10. Try the outlet
  11. Turn the power back off
  12. Move on to the next outlet.
  13. Repeat all the above steps - for each outlet.

 

To me, that sounds like far more work than testing the computer on each outlet - especially if you have a very good extension cord at your disposal.

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Sure, I can try that

Not installed Firmware for keyboard and mouse, could that be a reason

 

No.

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post #2663 of 3912
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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post

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Originally Posted by smke View Post

He could have a loose connection some were he should go around to every outlet turn off Powere and check that all wires are tightly screwed down

That would be a LOT more work than just trying his computer on different outlets. For each outlet, he would have to do the following:
  1. After turning off the power, get down on his hands and knees with a screwdriver (likely two screwdrivers since he'll likely encounter both slotted and Philips screws)
  2. Remove the plastic plate (the cover)
  3. Remove the screws that hold the outlet secure in the electrical box
  4. Pull the outlet far enough out so that he can check the connections
  5. Check the connections
  6. Push the outlet back into the box
  7. Screw the outlet back into the box
  8. Put the plate back on
  9. Go turn the power back on
  10. Try the outlet
  11. Turn the power back off
  12. Move on to the next outlet.
  13. Repeat all the above steps - for each outlet.

To me, that sounds like far more work than testing the computer on each outlet - especially if you have a very good extension cord at your disposal.
I know but loose connections can cause a problem as well as possable Fire
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post #2664 of 3912
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I know but loose connections can cause a problem as well as possable Fire

 

I think if he had loose connections, then he'd have unexpected power losses.

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Just got my 650W P2 in the mail. biggrin.gif
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post #2666 of 3912
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I know but loose connections can cause a problem as well as possable Fire

I think if he had loose connections, then he'd have unexpected power losses.
That's true but it could be just affecting the computer
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post #2667 of 3912
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That's true but it could be just affecting the computer

 

I'm talking about the computer.

 

I'm telling you that this definitely wouldn't be the first time I've seen dirty power from a power company cause nothing but problems for a computer.

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post #2668 of 3912

Metros: are you having power-related problems with anything else at the 'bad' house?

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Is Witcher 3 the most demanding power hungry game you run? It should really be crashing/restarting running about anything.

TwoCables: I see. Well I have this thingy: APC Surgearrest 8 sockets with LAN, phone, TV connection or what on it. Sometimes the power here goes down, then up again so I have it mainly for that when the power grid is unstable. Which one did you get? I've had quite a trouble finding a decent one in Europe, even this one has crappy on/off switch that likes to die, especially if one switches it on/off, I don't know who made the switch but even mine was making noise once I was like WTH is that is that thing kiddin' me, flipped it on/off and the switch settled into a better I guess non oxidated position on the contacts who knows. If it decides to go die I will just throw it at APC, they have a newer design with different switch now.

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That's true but it could be just affecting the computer

I'm talking about the computer.
I still say I d check everything from breaker box to outlets just for peace of miand
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Hauppauge WinTV-HVR-2250(WinTV-HVR-2255) Media ... ThunderboltEX 3 Intel RAID SAS/SATA 4 internal port w/ 512MB ca... 
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i5 4590 asus z97-deluxe/usb3.1 NVIDIA GeForce GT 740 g skill 16 gb 
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g skill 240 gb ssd WD 500 GB GREEN WD 500 GB GREEN HL-DT-ST BD-RE BH16NS40 
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ATAPI IHAS 324 A cooler master hyper 212 evo windows 10 pro 64 bit COOLER MASTER HAF 932 ADVANXED 
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SOUND BLASTER Z COOLER MASTER 460 WATT PSU Hauppauge WinTV-HVR-2250 
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