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Old 01-16-2012, 12:27 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Might want to drain out your PSU. Take your power cord out of the back of your PSU, and press the power button a few times. Try connecting again, see if it works.

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Old 01-16-2012, 05:01 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Tryed that, didn't work. That's what I need to do in order for the computer to start up again after it's been in sleep. Only way to get the peripherals to work. I did notice though that once I try and wake up the computer a red light comes on, on the motherboard. idk if that is standard or if its indicating something is wrong.

P.S. I did a little reading around and one website said this can happen if you have to much RAM. I know my system can support 8gb's and the sticks are 1600 but I also noticed in my Bios that the RAM is at 1644 or somthing, is that normal?

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This is not good news, what do you make of this? How on earth do I fix it.

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Old 01-16-2012, 06:27 PM   #13 (permalink)
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@ OneEyedEd, please don't double post, if you have something else to add to the conversation and no one has posted a reply since your last post (within a 24 hr. period), please use the edit button (looks like a pencil) to add it to your previous post.

I found this thread at the Corsair Forum.

TX950W and Asus Sabertooth X58: Shut-down Problem - The Corsair Support Forums

I would make a post or two there and see if they won't RMA your power supply.
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Sorry, wont do it again!

I have an HX850 tho, if I request an RMA what will they give me that will work?

Plus Corsair makes us Canadians pay for shipping... and border fee's! I wanna know it will actually work before I go through the pain of doing it.

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