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Powering up problem

I have just rebuilt my system with ASRock P4i65G mobo and all the other components that were in the old system.The systems powers up but after a few seconds (10 secs) it will shut down again. I cannot even get to the BIOS to make any changes. Has any one experienced this before or can any one help me troubleshoot this problem.

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  • cmguzak Oct 22, 2008

    I have the same problem - all I did was try to put a different mb into case but it didn't work so I put the old mb back in. Voila! It will not power up except for a couple of seconds.

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