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PC won't start 24/7. Unplugging PSU +1

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October 9, 2011 8:44:59 AM

Hi guys!

I have recently build a PC with the following:

Asus P6Z68-V
Intel I5 2500K 3.30GHZ
GTX460 1GB (EVGA)
750W PSU
8GB RAM (XMS3)

The system can turn on fine, however after shutting it down, it won't start again unless I unplug the power cable and shut down the PSU. When the motherboard stops showing any lights, I can replug it, turn back on the PSU and the PC will start properly.

This I have to do each and everytime I shut it down, and it is making me mad. Anyone knows what could be wrong?

1) I have changed the MB battery.
2) I have tested each component alone with the Motherboard and they all work fine

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October 9, 2011 12:51:36 PM

Dit you connect the front connectors ( PWR SW, HDD Led, Reset SW) etc correctly? Try facing them the other way around if you are not sure.
October 9, 2011 1:31:10 PM

if its not that then id have to put it down to the motherboard being faulty, id try and get a replacement and if it still continues then its the power supply, but id bet the motherboard if its not the front pannel headers
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