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Random restarts newly assembled PC randomly restarts. What are the steps for trouble shooting.

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Re: random restarts

This should be done like trial and error method. Remove the cabinet and (asseble) connect everything out side of the cabinet on non conductive surface. Then try to start the system. You may to short the power switch leads on the motherboard to switch it on. carefully watch the system that if there is any short-circuit or somthing like that. If you here any sound from the power supply. Should get replaced the power supply. otherwise remove power system remove HDD, CDROM, DVD drive, etc. And connct them one by one and see problem when occurs. So that replace faulty unit. You should also consider checking the RAM. Damaged RAM modules too cause frquent restarts.

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Re: random restarts

I would start by taking out the sound card, modem, and any other card that isn't necessary for the pc to run. Just the basics. I do have a couple of questions. How offen does it restart? What are the specs on your computer ( what do you have in it)? What is the operating system?

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