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Motherboard when i shut down my pc its green light remains ON and when ON my UPS my pc starts automatically.

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Hi,
There may be automatic restart on in your bios menu. You can access your bios menu by pressing F8 during boot time........... And turn off automatic restart under (hardware) menu...

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Posted on Jan 17, 2009

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    Gopal Grover Jan 17, 2009

    Hi,
    There may be automatic restart on in your bios menu. You can access your bios menu by pressing F8 during boot time........... And turn off automatic restart under (hardware) menu...And update you bios...

    G.G.

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