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is the click a bad sound? okay i will try to find the battery and do as you said. thanks for your help kevin

edit: the round silvery cmos battery = the battery im supposed to take out? do i just pull it out?
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It seems like a dead PSU to me, but it may be that your mobo shorts(smth difficult if you have had it running as you said.). Also, I hear a ''click'' sound from my mobo 2-3 times when I boot my PC too but it's running well, so..I dunno 'bout that
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is the click a bad sound? okay i will try to find the battery and do as you said. thanks for your help kevin

edit: the round silvery cmos battery = the battery im supposed to take out? do i just pull it out?
think the clicking is its resetting its self does not mean its a bad thing. try as above taking the battery out for a while with no psu plugged in. if its still doing it looks like your mobo has died.
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is the click a bad sound? okay i will try to find the battery and do as you said. thanks for your help kevin

edit: the round silvery cmos battery = the battery im supposed to take out? do i just pull it out?
I do not think the click sound is bad, I heard all the time when I turn on my PC, it does it once.

And yes, pull it out, but make sure you've turned off the power supply, and there are no LEDS turned on in the motherboard, to make sure all electricity went off inside the rig.
    
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Judging by your description, the PSU is the culprit. I have had this happen to my sister and it turned out the PSU was dead. I might be wrong though
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have you another psu to test with. does not need to be a good one just working. if you take your card out and try powering it it should work if its the psu
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post #17 of 48
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i have a generic 400w psu in my old comp that i might be able to hookup (ill remove my graphics card first), should i put that in my new comp or do the reverse? (put the new psu in the old comp)

everything seemed to be working fine, i even did prime95 for a few seconds and closed it earlier today, nothing bad happened. i played games, downloaded, watch streams, no issues. then it seemed to all turn off when i was on msn. i thought it was a blackout, but all the other power was fine
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i have a generic 400w psu in my old comp that i might be able to hookup (ill remove my graphics card first), should i put that in my new comp or do the reverse? (put the new psu in the old comp)

everything seemed to be working fine, i even did prime95 for a few seconds and closed it earlier today, nothing bad happened. i played games, downloaded, watch streams, no issues. then it seemed to all turn off when i was on msn. i thought it was a blackout, but all the other power was fine
I honestly don't think it's the PSU, but maybe something is shorting the motherboard.

Have you tried turning the PC on, on a table, on the motherboard's box for example? Without being on the case, maybe something is shorting your rig.

I would first try the generic 400w PSU on ur main rig, see if it works, if not, take your build apart and do it on a table, on your motherboard's box.

If it then, still doesnt work, I think it's safe to assume the motherboard is faulty.

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Judging by your description, the PSU is the culprit. I have had this happen to my sister and it turned out the PSU was dead. I might be wrong though
^This.I 've never heard that a mobo has problems that fast before. Clearing CMOS will never hurt though..
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i have a generic 400w psu in my old comp that i might be able to hookup (ill remove my graphics card first), should i put that in my new comp or do the reverse? (put the new psu in the old comp)

everything seemed to be working fine, i even did prime95 for a few seconds and closed it earlier today, nothing bad happened. i played games, downloaded, watch streams, no issues. then it seemed to all turn off when i was on msn. i thought it was a blackout, but all the other power was fine
try psu in your old one. you no thats working

have you heard about that virus on msn......... only messing lol
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