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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 07-13-2020, 02:36 PM - Thread Starter
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Think my power supply just died

I think I accidentally pressed the power button while a game was running on the startup menu screen and then my pc just instantly shut down and won't boot back on at all. It's like the power supply was just killed which doesn't make sense to me but I've tried switching the psu on and off unplugging and plugging. It's just done. Is it time to just order a new psu?
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well if it's dead it certainty seems like the next step

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Quote: Originally Posted by The Pook View Post
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well if it's dead it certainty seems like next the next step
I was posting this to see if anyone else had the exact same issue I stated. With hitting the power button while in game to suddenly seemingly dead. Guess that doesn't matter if I need a new one either way
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How old was the PSU? What is the model no? I would guess that it was coincidence it died while you think you may have touched the power button when it happened. Order a replacement after @shilka chimes in on which model you need

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Your computer turned off when you flipped the PSU off switch? That seems pretty normal .

If it doesnt come back on, try leaving it off for a bit. Are you sure you didnt hit any power strip switches or a breaker didnt go out?

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Quote: Originally Posted by ABcephei View Post
I was posting this to see if anyone else had the exact same issue I stated. With hitting the power button while in game to suddenly seemingly dead. Guess that doesn't matter if I need a new one either way
Your post was ambiguous and unclear.
Did you press the case power button?
Did you press the PSU button on the back of the PSU?
Or did you click the windows "Shutdown" (power icon thing) button with your mouse?

You can see from the replies that you are confusing a lot of people by not being concise here.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Falkentyne View Post
Quote: Originally Posted by ABcephei View Post
I was posting this to see if anyone else had the exact same issue I stated. With hitting the power button while in game to suddenly seemingly dead. Guess that doesn't matter if I need a new one either way
Your post was ambiguous and unclear.
Did you press the case power button?
Did you press the PSU button on the back of the PSU?
Or did you click the windows "Shutdown" (power icon thing) button with your mouse?

You can see from the replies that you are confusing a lot of people by not being concise here.
Well I apologize for that then, I was distraught by the whole thing just happening didn't mean to be unclear.

I accidentally pressed the power button on my case while in a game that I was about to play for the first time. A few seconds later my computer instantly turned off completely without any warning. Now my pc seems to have no power at all.

I just don't see how that killed the power supply is all.
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I had an old baby-AT PSU that died on a cold boot, but I also had an ATX PSU die while I was using the computer -- the fan in the PSU had failed and it was a compact style PSU.
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Quote: Originally Posted by yanks8981 View Post
Your computer turned off when you flipped the PSU off switch? That seems pretty normal [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG].

If it doesnt come back on, try leaving it off for a bit. Are you sure you didnt hit any power strip switches or a breaker didnt go out?
A little over 2 years old (which is not as long as I thought) and the model number im getting from the site I bought it is PS-SPD-0600NPCWUS-W
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Quote: Originally Posted by essanbee View Post
How old was the PSU? What is the model no? I would guess that it was coincidence it died while you think you may have touched the power button when it happened. Order a replacement after @shilka chimes in on which model you need
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