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Changing power supplies.

I changed out an m863g motherboard. The power comes on and shuts down in seconds. Is it beacause the 300w power supply initially used in this system has been changed to a 500w? Or does that really matter?

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  • Anonymous Dec 09, 2008

    I have the same problem with 3 power supplies 1 300w, 1 was 400w and
    1was 500w. It did not matter the system still shuts down after 5
    seconds.

    Any sollution?

  • maciej_lis Dec 16, 2008

    My problem is almost the same but i think i caused it my self. I went into the bios and changed an option in PC Health line. There was an option saying that bios/motherboard can monitor CPUfan speed in case of any failure- I enabled it. I saved changes and restarted my PC - from that moment my PC starts for a few seconds during which bios gives 3 identical signals and the PC shuts down (power off).

    Hardware: Maiboard - Spacewalker AK12a, Bios - Phoenix. I tried to reset Bios but it doesn't change a anything. Please help me!!! :)

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Yes and no I do not now the min power for that one but I would say it would be a good ideal one way or another cause 300w will not cut it for when you hook up you cd/hard drive/motherboard but I can not say that it is something else that is causing the issue so what would be best is for you test it with another power supple and if it does not work we will take it form there

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