Question about HP Workstation X1100 PC Desktop
Make sure you have enough power (wall outlet, Surge Protector (MUST HAVE A GOOD ONE)
And Double Check that the Power Cable is 3-pronged, NOT one that someone pulled the ground pin off of!!! THATS BAD!!!
Or you just got a bad Power Cable,
Also Make sure you have a BIG power supply (I recommend at least 450 watt PS!
Check this all as if it was a checklist.....so far I believe your motherboard is just fine......the problem is somewhere between your Outlet, Power Cable, and Surge Protector (I really hope you are running it on one.....Never run any computer or Valuable components without one!)
I only mention that because some people don't realize the importance of surge protectors)
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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