Problems on computer start up

I have a homebuilt system and a reoccuring problem. My computer won't start, not even in safemode. The way I fix it is to unplug the powercord from the back and wait a few minutes. Then the computer starts fine. This blue screen of death seems to happen after a random number of computer start ups. Usually about once or twice a week. Initialy I thought I had put together something wrong so I took everything apart and rebuild it but that didnt fix the problem. Also my computer runs fine, just once in awhile i have to unplug the power cord.

System
Windows 7 64bit
mobo-mb asus,m4a785td-m evo
psu-corsair 600w cmpsu-600cx rt
cpu- amp PHll x4 955 3.2 am3 rt
mem- 2gx2 cors tw3x4g133c9 r
hd - 400G, WD 7K 16M SATA2
graphics- VGA XFX, HD-577A-ZNFC Radeon HD5770
CASE- COOLER MASTER HAF 912 RC-912-KKN1 Black SECC/ ABS Plastic ATX Mid Tower Computer Case

Thanks,
Dan
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  1. You might start by taking the battery off of your motherboard to clear the cmos than boot into the bios. It looks like everything you have is compatible, so I would check the timingand power voltage to your ram, etc. It doesn't sound like a short or anything like that, but I know that some mobo's have had cold start issues too.
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