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Abnormal shutdown frequent abnormal shutdow  to my desktop..i changed my UPS and ''SMPS'' but still abnormal shutdowns..now wt to do????

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No power to hp envy


Hi,
I suggest you step by step follow check it your Desktop issue.
A> All power plug proper connect or not, if possible change another port.
B> Have your ups get power or not, If ups on then nest step follow.
C> Check it SMPS on or off position. If your power ok and come to smps or smps not start then you SMPS damage position, you check it smps ok conduction or not..

Checking method:
SMPS more wire available you see it one more bulk wire available and black wire and green wire cross check, if not start smps then damge. But my friend if you smps ok or your are wrong wire attach then may be your smps damage. So better contact good Computer Hardware Technician.

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your not very clear but here is what I'm assuming your saying.

Pins 5 & 6 - Any-Mode Shutdown

1. Pin 6 of the 9-pin communication connector is used for "Any-Mode Shutdown"

of the UPS output. This control input may be used in special applications

to disable the UPS output power-both Inverter and Bypass.

2. The Options tab allows the behavior of the Any-Mode Shutdown feature to

be modified. When the program opens, or the REFRESH button is pressed,

the UPS setting is read by the configuration program and displayed.

Auto-Enable Output

Pin 6 Logic

If version 1.6 (or later) is used with an earlier Liebert GXT2U model (with an

earlier UPS firmware version), the Any-Mode Shutdown features cannot be

changed.

If the configuration program is used with an earlier UPS model (with an

earlier UPS firmware version) that does not support the modification of these

settings, the Options tab will display a reminder of the factory default

settings. These cannot be changed.

! WARNING

Note that when this option is selected and the UPS output is

disabled using Pin 6, the UPS output can turn on automatically

and without warning if the Pin 6 connection is changed.

! WARNING

DO NOT CHANGE THIS OPTION from the factory default

setting unless you are ready to install a normally-closed

connection between Pins 5 & 6. This connection must be

maintained to use the UPS or to use the configuration program

again, including the ability to change the UPS setting back to the
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