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Always restart My computer is always restart by own, My friend told me the problem in my Power Supply, I have Checked, and I decide to buy a new Power supply but still no change, I've clean the motherboard, still no change, I've Check a RAM, No Problem with RAM, please help to fix the problem Thank's

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  • Curtis Miller May 11, 2010

    Does it restarts on post or while booting into windows?


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Do a virus scan
uninstall any programs in add/remove that you no longer need
and a disk defrag
then do a scan disk
what os are you running

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Hello seaworld,
I believe your right, think your going to need a new power supply. 430 watts is a little low, but should be able to run this board smoothly even with dual video cards. If you do decide on purchasing a new power supply I would go with a 600 watt 20+4 pin, you might think its over kill but power supplies running at peak output over a long period of time shorten their lifespan. Plus its always good to have room to expand.
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Connect the monitor to another computer if possible to eliminate the monitor as the faulty hardware
Shut down the computer. Remove all cables and devices plugged into the computer. Make a note of the port into which your monitor is plugged
Remove the left side panel when facing the front of the case. Unscrew screws or manipulate latches to remove the side panel. This process varies according to the type of case you have. Please consult your manual if you are unsure of how to remove the side panel.
Attach the antistatic wrist bracelet's clip to a metal object, then ******** the bracelet.
Locate your video card. (This will be the card that contains the port with which your monitor interfaces.) Remove the slot cover screw that secures the card into the slot.
Remove any power cables that connect the video card to the power supply.
Pull the card out of the slot. Examine the gold pins to check for any damage. Reseat the card if it physically appears to be undamaged. You should hear a click once the card is secure in the slot
Screw in the slot cover screw. Attach the power cable from the power supply unit, if applicable.
Leave the case open for now. Reconnect only the monitor, power cable and any devices required to boot the computer, then restart the computer.
Shut down the computer again if you receive the "No-input Signal" error message again. Remove any cables and devices you plugged in to restart the machine.
Remove the video card with a spare or replacement by following the instructions above.
Connect necessary cables and devices to reboot the computer, then restart it.
Shut down the computer and remove cables and devices if the display still won't work.
Unplug the power supply's cables from all devices on the motherboard. Make a note of each plug-in so that you can correctly connect all devices with the new power supply.
Remove the screws that mount the power supply. Fit the new power supply into the mounting area, and screw in all screws.
Attach all required power cables to devices connected to the motherboard.
Attach the cables and devices required to start the computer. Reboot.

hope it can help you ma-friend

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