Question about Intel D945GTP Motherboard
Have you ever taken a computer apart? I would suggest to reseat your memory modules and try them one by one on each memory slot and see if it improves.
If not the issue is most likely the powersupply since you said that if you let it sit for a hour or two it might turn on, that sounds very much like the faulty powersupplies that I've had myself.
if it doesn't solve the problem then it could be the motherboard thats faulty. - but if you are able to turn on the computer and get the gateway screen up over and over again then the computer is working and the issue may be your hard drive, or your windows installation is corrupt, might need to be reinstalled or the bios settings for booting / starting up might be set wrong, that may happen if the bios resets itself to defaults.
Overall its a fairly complex issue and I would recommend taking the computer to a local professional who can troubleshoot the issue.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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