Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
Check the offsets between your motherboard & case. Make sure no part of your motherboard is touching the case. An offset may have vibrated loose. Also check the washers around your motherboard mounting screws to see if one has cracked or broken. Check your psu cables as well as all other cabling to make sure none is cracked or frayed. Last but not least check the exposed pins on your mb to see if any are bent over or broken & maybe touching. This is time consuming but it beats repacing a psu everytime you use the system. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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