Ok. So just now, I press the power button. I hear clicking from the PSU believe it's the fan in the PSU going on and off. Click, click, click, click, click. I have to turn the PSU switch off for it to stop. So then I turn it on and try to start it again, same thing. So I decide to unplug from the wall, I bring the PC and cord to another wall sock on the the side of the room, plug it in, turn the PSU switch on, press the power button and it starts right up.
So then, I shut it down, bring it all back to the socket my PC is always plugged into, plug it in, turn the PSU switch on, press the power button and it starts right up again.
What's the deal with that? First it won't start, post anything, just clicking and flashing lights on components, then move to another outlet, starts right up, then move back and it starts right up again.
Anyone think of a reason why this happens?
Everything is seated properly. CPU, Vcard, memory. I can't find any place that's shorting out.
I have 4x4g sticks. AND 4x2g sticks.
Originally Posted by Trotter
I got a message to pass this along:
Completely Defragged already. Registry is ok. I'm using Cat 11.12 now. before it was 11.11.