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1 x ASRock Fatal1ty P67 PROFESSIONAL (B3) LGA 1155 Intel P67 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard
When I click the "Shut Down" button within windows, the computer will restart and not shut down.
When I physically HOLD DOWN the "Shut Down" button on the computer case, the PC restarts.
I do not have any BSOD's. I do have a memory dump file that say's to be 470,628KB in size but I can't open it.
I have tried disabling my overclock and I have left my overclock on and it DOES NOT make a difference. When I press the "Shut Down" it restarts. When I hold the "Shut Down" button down on my case, it also only restarts.
I would like to add that my motherboard has "Shut Down" button as well and a "Restart" button on the Motherboard, when I hold the "Shut Down" button it also restarts.
I was starting to think about the small 30 Gauge wires that have the super small headers, you know the ones that go to the bottom right of the MOBO, I was thinking perhaps that I got those mixed up in different spots.
But that doesnt logically explain or solve the problem I have from shutting down from within windows, does it?
Any help from you guys would be much appreciated. I will vote "Best Answer" for anyone that can give me useful solutions. I am not computer challenged by all means and I hope that someone else in the world has my same problem and I hope from this thread you guys can help solve their problems too. . .