Question about DFI LanParty UT nF4 SLI-DR Motherboard
I've run into this problem several times now, and want a concrete solution. My computer has been incredibly finicky after being turned off in any fashion. When i try to turn it back on, the LEDs down by the PCI slots begin to blink. This has happened several times, and I've found it to boot after letting it sit without power overnight. But, this time, it won't work. This latest mishap is because i bumped the power strip and the power to the PC was cut off, not it won't boot.
Any help would be immensely appreciated! Thanks for your time!
why don't you try plugging strait into a wall socket, (make sure the wall socket is good). The power strip my be faulty. If your system still does not boot. Got a spare power supply? We've got to work from the wall socket back to the board. Some power supply's have a fuse internally. Your's may have blown. Almost every PC at one time or another encounters a system power failure, (lights out in the whole house deal). It's the spike that we all worry about. I'm not suggesting you run out & buy a new power supply but you can take your's apart look for a blown fuse. Post back your findings. Let's hope the power strip was the trouble maker.
Posted on Mar 01, 2008
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