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Power issues on new build

Recently built a new PCI-E system. The problem is the system will ramdomly not power on. If you press the on/off on the psu and press the case power button in the wrong order it fails to power till you leave the machine to stand before you can repower it. I have seen the issue with 3 working power supplied and 2 cases, and am completely at a loss as to where to go next

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Re: Power issues on new build

Hey mate smart PSU next time just unplug your power cable for about 5 secs plug it back in and try

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Post back with any new questions, or additional info for further help. Thank you for choosing Fixya!

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