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[SOLVED] GB P67A-UD7 PSU problem?

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Hey guys.
A few hours ago i noticed a very sad problem with my MB. I know about the issue with the SATA ports on this board and i had no plans returning it because i do not use these ports. And here is the problem; yesterday i got myself a new PSU (AX1200W from Corsair) plugged everything in and it worked perfect, i thought. But after about 17 hours of use it suddenly turned of when i watched TV. I thought hibernating kicked in since i had been away from my computer a while, so i tried to turn it on. Then i just heard a "click" sound from my PSU and the computer shut down (it clicked off right before it turned off, like a switch inside the PSU) and it turned on again by itself, the same thing happend. This could go on forever, never stopped! So i thought it would be the PSU, because it was new and everything. So i tried the PSU on my other system, and it worked perfect without any shutdown issues. Then tried my OLD PSU on P67A-UD7 MB and the same thing happend. Turned on for 2-3 sec then turned off, and on again...

Anyone know what could be wrong? And if i do have to return it, do i have to wait until April for my new MB because of this SATA issue with all Intel serie 6 chipset
Edited by n3tr0m - 2/20/11 at 12:28pm
post #2 of 5
what is the POST code showing? on the ED display just not showing anything?

Clear your CMOS, the black button next to the power connector.
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post #3 of 5
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post
what is the POST code showing? on the ED display just not showing anything?

Clear your CMOS, the black button next to the power connector.
Bah, im feeling like a complete idiot. Thanks ! I've been switching from PSU all day long because of this problem, and it turns out all i had to do was to push a button
post #4 of 5
did it work? it just sounds like the cmos needs to be cleared. It is the black button next to the 24 [pin PSu connector.
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It worked, thank you very much !
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