Bootup prob with M2N68-AMPLUS with AMD 7750 CPU. It has a
A couple of things that could be causing this.
Have you tried plugging straight into a wall outlet rather than the UPS to see if you have the same problem? If plugging into the wall fixes it, you have a bad UPS.
Next, have you tried replacing the power supply? It could be that your power supply is either failing or underpowered for your PC components, especially if you have upgraded something like your video card.
It could be an overheating problem. Download the SpeedFan application (freeware...search Google for "speedfan") and look at your system temperatures. If they have the little fire icon next to them, check which component is having the problem. Replace or upgrade the fan for that component. If it's ambient case temps, additional intake and/or exhaust fans may help.
Upgrade all of your PC's drivers and firmware (available through Asus' website).
Remove all external, unnecessary devices (leaving just your mouse, keyboard, and monitor).
Last option could be failing components. Since you said you upgraded your RAM and HDD, that leaves power supply, video card, CPU, and motherboard. If possible, swap these out with another PC's parts. If not possible, I would start with power supply, then CPU, then video card, and then motherboard.
Aug 21, 2009 |
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