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Old 07-15-2007, 02:58 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Default Re: MAJOR Hardware Issue. Please help

Originally Posted by Patchiz View Post
Yes, I tried using a different power supply. turns out that wasn't the problem. i purchased some new ide cables and that didn't work right away, so i elevated my mb like u said to, though it was already elevated, i elevated it some more, and i removed all the cards from my pci slots, and my computer works fine now. thank you so much. you sound really professional, are you a qualified computer technician of some sort?
lol :tounge: nah. Just an undergraduate who's worked with a lot of computer stuff :happy:.

You're system was just suffering from a very common electrical grounding issue.

I'm glad it works.

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