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Old 03-08-2007, 11:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Starting pc PROBLEM pls HELP

Hello to everyone

I'm experiencing a problem with my pc. When i push the start/power button noting happens but after some time the pc starts, like 1 min or 2min. After the pc starts it start to produce some odd sound coming from the funs, ether on the MB or on the Graphic card. And also if i shut down the pc from Windows, it goes well and goes off But after time he turns on again by himself???!?!?

Please help me what might cause these problems..???

Thank you in advance

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I'm going to say it's a power supply issue.

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