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My system is 2 weeks old, having some video problems performance, but well, I narrowed it the ATI weak card.

Today was a cold morning and when I turned on the PC it didnt turned on. Last night was working at 100%, no problems, also good performance.

Turned off around 1130pm, and woked up at 7am, and not working after a few minutes pushing the button and Im here.

Could be BIOS related?

Have not moved any inside it after removing a dead audigy LS and crap audigy SE.
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Its cold in Panama? Are the fans running etc or its not doing anything?
    
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In the morning is very cold sometimes, before the sunrise, it didnt did anything, no fans, no hd, not even the green led of ON.
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My guess, is that the PSU is shot. Looking at the brand, it's most likely. Never heard that brand before.

Do the PSU test.

-Unplug the PSU from the wall socket.
-Disconnect all the PSU wires from the components, except the fans for testing.
-Next, take a paper clip. Bend it into a U shape.
-Stick one end into the green pin of the 20/24pin main power connector, and the other end into any black pin, of the 20/24pin main power connector.
-Turn on the PSU. If the fans do not spin, the PSU is shot. If they do spin, then it's another component.


Found the guide on OCN:
http://www.overclock.net/faqs/96712-...upply-psu.html
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Originally Posted by b1gapl View Post
My guess, is that the PSU is shot. Looking at the brand, it's most likely. Never heard that brand before.

Do the PSU test.

-Unplug the PSU from the wall socket.
-Disconnect all the PSU wires from the components, except the fans for testing.
-Next, take a paper clip. Bend it into a U shape.
-Stick one end into the green pin of the 20/24pin main power connector, and the other end into any black pin, of the 20/24pin main power connector.
-Turn on the PSU. If the fans do not spin, the PSU is shot. If they do spin, then it's another component.


Found the guide on OCN:
http://www.overclock.net/faqs/96712-...upply-psu.html
Thanks for the reply, i will check that. The brand is probably "no name" but it has been the best PSU that I ever had, 2 years old, I will check
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There's one more thing I think you should check, pull off the front of your case and check the actual button hardware, it may be broken or has dust on it, therefore not getting a good connection. I say this because my parents have a HP computer that had a similar problem. The computer wouldn't power on one day suddenly. They'd push it, but the computer wouldn't turn on. So I pull the front of the case off and checked the button hardware, I cleaned it off a little and tested it a bit. Once I did this, the computer powered on just like it should, and has never given my parents a problem since. I would try that before you go buying a new PSU first
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post #7 of 7
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Yes, today it worked fine, colder morning that yesterday, very weird, maybe have some moisture in it.

I will post again if the problem persist, 2 weeks old hardware and giving those crappy problems, definitly I loved my defunct 1998 Packard bell hahaha!!!
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