Question about HP (D7580-60003) Motherboard
Hi, how are you? I would really appreciate an opinion of someone who knows more then me on this subject. I work in a computer shop, and in m work, I humbly try and solve all the problems I'm faced with. Anyhow, i'm always faced with one problem i can't get around it, no matter what I do. Biostar motherboards, no mater how cooled they are, with both good thermal paste (cool master) and fans (pushing cold air to the board) good brand RAM (Kingston) and Eurotech 560Watt PSU. Damn things keep rebooting on me! and they are not even beeing very abused, I man Excell or Word and they just reboot. What am I not seeing here? another thing is that sometimes, when they reboot they refuse to get past POST, I can actually get around that when i pull out a RAM DIMM and rub some rubber on it to remove the static electricity from it, but that only work for some weeks... Hope to hear from you soon Best regards
Hi, in my own repair business I find the main cause of reboots is the power supply beginning to fail, the other one is the on/off switch on the case. to test this just unplug it and bridge the pins then see if the problem goes away, Regards mistyman
Posted on Sep 24, 2007
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