Gigatybe MB. Ran for 3 months without problems. Lately it reboots or total shuts off. Sometimes it restarts if I cycle the power sometime it simply ignores me. Come back a few hours, it starts without a problem. A few hours later or a few days later, it shuts off again. Replaced power supply, same thing. Any ideas?
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How many years do you own that desktop computer? You have a problem with your Ram: Transcend: 2GB 1333 Mhz
Ram is always responsible to boot and run all system required by your computer A defect ram cannot boot or not properly run application e.g. Power-On-Self-Test (start up of your computer) Booting your Operating System Running your Application like Microsoft office , Photoshop and so on
Hi! I believe that its a capacitor problem. Check the motherboard for blown or corroded capacitors, you will need to replace it. It wont really work properly if the capacitors are faulty.Hope this helps and have a good one!
Try to remove the MB from the case, try PU with just the MB and PS, not even RAM (should RAM-error out if MB is no totally dead- problem can be a simple stupid short from MB to case, recently happened to me on a machine that ran fine for years.
It would appear that you may have an overloading component and the power supply's protection mechanism shuts it off as a safety measure.
The fact that the symptom continues even with another power supply suggests this is the case. However, before running into any conclusions, please check and double check your mb connections.
Also, added high performance hardware has its toll on power. Have you added hardware to your system? If that's the case, try getting a higher powered power supply.
The current configuration of the Skystar card is probably trying to use the same interrupt as your video or there is another hardware conflict between your PCI card and something else in the system. Boot into BIOS without the Skystar card in the machine and go to the PCI options. Tell it to reset the PnP information (actually happens on the next reboot). Exit and save the changes but shut off the computer without allowing it to boot up. Install the Skystar card and turn on the computer. The BIOS should reconfigure all of your Plug and Play hardware to automatically eliminate any hardware conflicts and the system should come up normally.
when you replaced the internal battery you also reset the cmos adjustments,500 mb ram ? 526 maybe, not alot but won't affect startup,start from scratch,disconnect anything not associated w/start up cd drive,omit video card.and plug monitor into mobo (if there is a d-sub).You need to get to your bio's,restart comp while depressing delete.when bios shows up reload default settings.and start up.you can't resolve this without getting into bio's good luck