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Boots when power on - Intel D865GVHZ Motherboard

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  • Mike PP Feb 04, 2013

    Very funny! It's not supposed to boot when you power up the PSU. It does an autotest for a second and stays in stand by, waiting for pressing the power button on the case. I suppose it must be a mobo's capacitor that isn't charging quickly enough to enter in standby mode. It only happens when powering the PSU after a few minutes off. I've changed the PSU and had the same result. Unpluged all the devices including PCI NIC, front USB, HD and DVD. The video card and audio are onboard. Reseted the CMOS configurations, too. Nothing.

  • Michael Green Feb 05, 2013

    Now you have given the actual symptoms I can give you a possible cause. Check in the BIOS that the default fault condition for restart is not "Turn On" this can cause the computer to continue to try booting even if you turn the power off between, but as you have reset the BIOS, it may be the factory default setting. Go into the BIOS and set the restart condition to "OFF" this should cure the problem.

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That is how it is supposed to work. If it boots when the power is off, you will be rich.

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