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Boot Issues About 3 weeks ago my computer started freezing. I trouble shooted and thought it was my Video card. I got it replaced but still have the issue. Power supply is good, memory is good Hard drives are good. If I unplug the power for like 30 min I will get a boot all the way to windows. About 5 min later it locks up and I have to restart. But from that point on I don't understand. I hit the power button and the power supply turns on as well as all fans (motherboard fans included) and all my hard drives and cd drives turn on. But my video card does not turn on and my USB and keyboard never turns on. Ill let the computer sit without power hooked up and the process starts all over again. Help Please

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  • Pntwrs Oct 10, 2007

    What would cause my power do go? Its not all that old just over a year.

  • Pntwrs Oct 10, 2007

    What would make my power go? Its just over a year old.



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I've seen the same problem fixed it with new power supply. The old one was losing full power.

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