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Chaintech CT-7NJL6/Failure to boot

I had an overheating problem which caused me to take apart and clean my components and then re-load my XP-Home operating system. The computer has an Athlon XP 3000 processor and a 500 watt Ultra power supply. My problem is that after a normal shutdown by XP, the system will not re-boot. If you select the re-start option in XP, the system re-boots normally. If you turn the main power off(on the power supply) and then press the "on" button on the case- the system re-starts. Does this sound like a problem with the case switch(Ultra) or possibly the motherboard? Any solution?

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Sounds like a power supply problem although I have seen the same thing with a motherboard that is beginning to fail. Try a differtent powersupply, that would either fix the problem or eliminate it.

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