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A problem when i turn off my computer

Hi i have a problem when i turn off my pc after about four second the pc will work again it self and it would not stop until i sparate the electricity from it
of course i use gigabyte 945 s2

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    the problem in the post thank you so much

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Most PC's have a four second delay in the on/off switch. Make sure you are press and holding for a full four seconds.

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Posted on Sep 30, 2008

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