Question about Asrock 775i65G Motherboard
It would appear that you may have an overloading component and the power supply's protection mechanism shuts it off as a safety measure.
The fact that the symptom continues even with another power supply suggests this is the case. However, before running into any conclusions, please check and double check your mb connections.
Also, added high performance hardware has its toll on power. Have you added hardware to your system? If that's the case, try getting a higher powered power supply.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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