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Pc not always booting,

Motherboard was working in old case, relocated into new case, booted up shut down then tried to re-boot nothing. went thru complete instalation again rechecking all (still not booting). next day hit on button system starts ran until I shut it down, check the BIOS while running and set to default. after shut down system would not start, waited another day took MB out of case and tested (started up, shut down and started up again several times, checked MB and CPU for hot spots nothing. back into case started ok, shut down would not start up again. Came in this morning and hit switch started up ok (driving me nuts) the MB is a Foxcon winfast w/939 socket cpu, case and power supply or new.

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