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Other Thread I added some extra information in that thread about my computer issue if you'd like to view it. I don't mean to be pushy, I'm just trying to get this issue solved as soon as possible. I have a feeling, or a fear rather, that my motherboard may be to blame. Someone else on a different forum described the same issue I'm currently having, and said they had to end up replacing the motherboard because it was to blame. From what I've described, does it sound like this is the problem? What's odd is that the previous PSU before this one still keeps the system running, just with crashes every now and then, but still running, and I have no idea why that could be.

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This thread should now be closed, answered here: http://www.fixya.com/support/t1237433-system_fails_boot_up_after_new_power

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