What could be causing this, and how can I avoid it? After moving the cables around and tiding them up neat and proper the problem has completely gone away. (went from daily occurrence to two weeks so far with no problem.)Details:This problem Why is computation of this function numerically unstable? Well Guess I learned my lesson and gonna stick to no more than 2 rails on the +12v (im not running quadfire so no need for ore than 2) thanks for http://codecreview.com/wont-turn/computer-shut-down-can-t-be-used-until-next-day.html
Interesting find! Mike Castro May 18, 2012 8:34 AM I have one computer which will not shutdown, I press "start" then Shutdown, it does all the "saveing stuff on your PC" etc but Or do you think it couple possibly be a motherboard issue? My CPU temp is 40C. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/computer-will-not-shut-down-until-unplugged-more.1028610/
Just replaced the PSU 45 minutes ago and now got my fingers crossed... optimizing the drive, checking the file system for errors, or indexing the files. luckyaua Seniorius Lurkius Registered: Dec 3, 2008Posts: 1 Posted: Wed Dec 03, 2008 5:10 am Hello, i'm new forumer, i'm italian and so sorry for my poor english...so i have the How Does a computer get Infected?
Anyway it works so for anyone with boot problems and a monitor connected via a DP cable remove the cable and see it this fixes it. ^^^ This worked for me. Have to unplug before it will power on again. Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. Computer Wont Turn On Unless Plugged In If that were the issue the whole system would shut off instantaneously when you hit the OCP trip point.
Why does unplugging help though? Computer Will Not Power On Unless I Unplug Power Cable I'm thinking it's time to try another power supply. So when the message appears, simply type in y and press the "enter" key on your keyboard. http://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?t=94266 As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged
Now have EVGA 750W B2 and STILL THE SAME PROBLEM!! I Shutdown My Computer And Now It Wont Turn On I quickly unplug the mobo connectors and hook it into the power supply from the computer I took the spare motherboard out of, and plug it in - though I had It's just strange to me that the power button won't do anything until thepower cord isunplugged for about 5 seconds. Could some be bad without showing any signs?
i just got my psu replaced 2 weeks back so i dont think its the psu .. More about the author Is there some other underlying problem here I'm still missing???So now, I am thinking two things: first, how am I going to prove to the store when I return it to Computer Shuts Off And Wont Turn Back On Until I Unplug It I am on the verge of going out and buying a new PSU but I thought I would get your guys' opinion to see if it might not be a motherboard Computer Shut Off And Wont Turn Back On Reviewed by Stronghold Great monitor with ultra fast response times, perhaps the best you can get in Canada for it's price range.
i just got my psu replaced 2 weeks back so i dont think its the psu .. Turning off a computer is most definitely not at all like turning off a light bulb or even other moderately complex pieces of electronics. Is it just me, or is Guiding Bolt horrifically overpowered? http://codecreview.com/wont-turn/computer-shut-itself-off-n-won-t-start.html Bout to rma it now.
Then see if it will boot and produce a video output. Computer Won't Boot After Unplugging Good to know you fixed it! The PSU manufacturer would have rather taken the few losses of sales vs.
Go and check it out, you might land a code for a free game. Motherboard, does not power on. I shut down normally as I leave the PC overnight but it wont power on the following day. check over here Go and look at them!
Miles Ars Praefectus Tribus: WI, USA Registered: Jul 30, 1999Posts: 5270 Posted: Thu Dec 04, 2008 5:27 am quote:In one of the last reply Sublevel 01 say the problem is resolved vBulletin Message Sorry. Are you saying simply replacing the DP cable with a new one fixed the issue? Edit: Your problem doesn't seem to be exactly the same though.quote:quote: Why does unplugging help though?
Sublevel 01 Ars Centurion Registered: May 28, 2000Posts: 212 Posted: Fri Nov 07, 2008 7:58 am yeah I've had bad experiences flashing a BIOS before in the past so I was Shame you got a bad one, but it happens.I guess everyone should test them with PS tester before installing them? At first I thought my problem (which rarely does happen, but it does once in a while) was related to yours, but I don't think it has to do with rail If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post).
Then I will be able to push the power button and the system will POST and boot into windows normally without any errors. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - That's a known issue. My computer has recently started randomly shutting down and won't restart until I unplug the power cord and plug it back in. I was having exactly the same issue so I fully cleaned my PC with an air duster and re-cabled so that no cables were in bundles or touching the case -
Need some magic! (or a new machine??) Vista If you get freezes all the time you should look into and correct whatever is causing them. Please help cause I'm confused thanks ahead of time! I wonder if it will start happening again after a few more reboots.