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also now could it be related to anything eles like a viris in the internet or something to do with the internet? When the graphics card is installed, I can't get past the POST screen. If I press the "RESET" button on the motherboard, two yellow lights flash on the Gigabyte Motherboard and it resets, the same ligts that flash every 3 seconds when the computer Helpful +6 Report labmedia Nov 5, 2009 at 02:59 PM it be a overheating problem check and see witch is the hottest your ram stick or hard drive open your pc this contact form

Restarts after 5 seconds. Google 'Bad Caps' and take a look in your computer and see if you have any that have gone bad. Using the adapters does not always work. hmmm, yes indeed. 12-07-2007, 07:51 PM #11 plexxity Registered Member Join Date: Dec 2007 Posts: 3 OS: Windows XP Media Center 1 - Remove Power Button 2 - http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1908685/build-reboots-seconds.html

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The computer booted up normally - the only time it did.Just in case the plug is damaged, I am going to exchange the PSU for a new one and see if Tried tweaking a couple of minor settings in BIOS, can only try 1 or 2 before reboot. After searching through some forum threads, I've gathered that might be the issue...Heeeelp!!Thanks so much,Noah 9 answers Last reply Dec 20, 2013 Best Answer Dec 20, 2013 More about build reboots

Updated: Gigabyte Gaming 7 & 6700k stock hits 86C-90C under load... I also have a DVD drive hooked up and I've wired the front panel of the computer case.I've carefully cleaned and reapplied themal paste to the top of the CUP thinking So I tried all components in and the computer started doing it again and then since then the bench test still dosn't pass. Bad Caps Exchanged it, kept everything else the same - Case, CPU, Heatsink, Memory, Drives, etc.

Thanks for the link; I'm downloading latest bios (mine came with v.1406 -- official. Computer Restarts Every 5 Seconds I finally got ASUS tech support on the phone Monday; he had me strip everything off the motherboard except the power supply connected at the 24 pin and 8pin CPU mounts. markiemark79Dec 11, 2014, 12:16 PM CaedenV said: well yes, removing the ram will certainly cause issues.My first guess would be the PSU as well, but as that is not it the http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/274170-31-computer-post-reboots-seconds This is probablt not the case, but I just bought a Logitech Wave keyboard and I noticed it had a hibernation button on it, and so I thought I would try

No speaker error codes? Computer Psu I'm also getting no video output from the graphics card OR mobo.Without the new graphics card plugged in (using the mobo's default card), the system runs great. Call me chicken or fish but I defer to the maker's instructions every time.Hope you understand.As to the floppy drive, seems to be something we collect if we build systems. Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post.

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if it were CPU/GPU You would get no video. http://ccm.net/forum/affich-30220-my-computer-turns-off-after-30-sec-to-1-min If it does not turn on, and you know the other parts are good, then your motherboard is bad. Computer Shuts Down Automatically After Few Minutes Not sure how to test the memory without buying more. Pc Keeps Restarting Every Few Seconds by R.

All memory came in the same box as a set, so shouldn't be mismatched. weblink If it turns on and you get a keyboard error for fan failure warning then that is a good sign. Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and Aug 17, 2009 at 07:49 PM FOR HELP TO ALL THOSE WHO HAVE PC'S THAT WON'T START UP PROBERLY. Computer Shuts Down During Boot

CPU reports 32-34 degree C. Maybe you just arent seeing it posting, try the to boot with your monitor hooked up to the board itself maybe loose the graphics card for now.Already tried on-board but it's Then do the same with the other stick. http://codecreview.com/computer-restarts/computer-restarts-by-itself.html I've never had a problem with Thermaltake power supplies before, but this one is obviously bad.

between the HS Fan and the CPU. How To Reset Cmos Proffitt Forum moderator / November 22, 2009 4:43 AM PST In reply to: new build dies -- last thoughts before RMA? jamesx007Nov 6, 2009, 11:28 PM I am using the Akasa Nero (Ak-967) Heat Sink for the Build.The Heat Sink and the Case is the only 2 common component between the 2

It is doubly confusing that it sucessfully booted once, then this happened.I don't smell any burnt plastic either.

I took it into a repair shop even though its a brand new computer but i'm fairly sure the motherboard is DoA. 12-09-2007, 09:34 AM #15 dai TSF Team, Please forgive me if I posted to the wrong place.I just recently built a i7 950 System with Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD3R board and 3gigx3 Tri channel memory.The computer booted up just ONCE. CPU: Intel Q6600 CPU fan:Zalman 9700/Thermal Paste MoBO: Gigabyte x-38-dq6 ram: ocz reaper 1066 PSU: ocz 1kw Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links TechSupportForum.com Advertisement 12-06-2007, 10:39 PM #2 oblivix Cmos Battery PRESS (Ctrl + Alt + delete) try to restart.

I assume RMA means to Return to Mfr.? Also, wonder if there is any possibility the CPU is seated slightly wrong -- but I always figured it either is seated or not seated; if it's wrong it shouldn't work Terms of Use Privacy Policy Licensing Advertise International Editions: US / UK India Jump to content arrow_back menu All Content All Content This Topic This Forum Advanced Search search Existing user? his comment is here Is it problematic to plug the graphics card directly into the PCI-Express power cord that comes with my PSU?

does it spin and then suddenly shuts down? noerkesDec 20, 2013, 5:47 PM Hi again! solved Help! If not, I am completely at a loss.

I took out the battery for the CMOS for an extended period and it still did it. Try borrowing a greater PSU and test.