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I found out the mobo was still under warranty so got a new one from intel. I replaced the psu but that has only amplified the problem of it shutting down when it is touched/handled. Putting cpu back and jumping pins results in same issue I had originally. Any advice would be greatly appreciated 07-11-2006,01:06 PM #2 Speedy Gonzales View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date Dec 2004 Location NZ Posts 44,514 Re: HELP!!!! weblink

take those out and use stock? It's possible something is grounding where it shouldn't be. –Shinrai Dec 7 '11 at 0:02 1 you could probably run the motherboard out of the case to make sure its solved What could i upgrade on this CPU/GPU wise? (if possible at all) to have a decent GAMING RIG! ewok93Nov 16, 2013, 5:24 PM Happy to help.

Computer keeps shorting out and restarting Originally Posted by Speedy Gonzales Altho, I'm not too keen on Gigabyte mobos either. Where should the line be drawn regarding political statements in a scientific report? Of the hundreds of systm's Ive built I have never come across this prob.

Nice, glad you found the problem! Yellow wires should be 12 volts. Browse other questions tagged hardware-failure or ask your own question. mobo if you are using IG).

Nothing wrong with Gigabyte motherboards. It is not clear from your posts, but I assume that the "different components in same case=same problem" included a different power supply? Have double checked that all wires are plugged in correctly. He writes a monthly blog post for Hartley Greenhouse, and is the former editor of Home Greenhouse.

This is why I want to see if I can power on with no CPU just to see if it stays on Napoleon85Nov 14, 2013, 8:20 PM Even if it turned Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the Currently hdmi is plugging into mobo and monitor. Cheers Billy 8-{) Some days it's not even worth chewing through my restraints! 07-11-2006,02:04 PM #9 systm View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date Mar 2006 Posts 82

This was until I got a PSU with a SATA plug on it, and it hasnt happened since. You should hear a series of long, single beeps indicating memory problems. Would the oxidation state of sulfur in sulfur dioxide be +4 or +2? Or is it another speical mobo header and you need special speaker?I dont know what would be worse - it being the brand new mobo or the processor.

That will power just about any system with a single GPU. have a peek at these guys Looks like it was the cpu after all! But now I'm thinking, what if it is actually the PSU? When I go to turn it on, it starts for a second and shuts off.

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How can i find out what part is causing the problem? 5 answers Last reply Mar 2, 2013 More about built shorts seconds booting rolli59Dec 26, 2010, 1:53 AM Here is In the absence of a single short beep, they also do not indicate that the system is booting.At this point, you can sort of check the PSU. Why don't multiple decrement operators work in C when they work in C++?

Not enough to kill you tho, but enough to kill 1/2 the CPU and make the monitor cable live as well.

No beeps if that helps? Is there a power LED on the motherboard? You did a very good job at ruling everything else out. Still I'll try CPU today.

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