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Bootup Cold boot gets to mobo display. POST appears normal. Then it may take up to four times of shutting down the PC using the power button (OS shut down not available obviously) eventually Vista boots, but soimetimes only partially (to logo and half the audio). Next Vista will boot completely. From then on during the day bootup will be normal most of the time. Cold ambient temperature seems makes it worse The mobo is the ASUS P5KPL/16OO. CPU Intel dual core. RAM.Graphic card HD all tested in other PC and found to be Ok.All the above symptons remain the same with a formatted HD and clean install of either XP PRO or Vista OS and leaving off all peripherals such as printers etc.! Help please. Cheers, Bill Ruffner

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A bad power supply or a hairline crack in the mobo

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