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I recently had to install a new PSU

Origianlly a 400W was installed, the one I put in was a 600W and now when I boot it up it shuts down after about 8 secs.

I have tried to check all conections and they appear to be fine.

TIA for any help you can throw at me.
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  • DeWaine Mar 30, 2008

    As far as I can get is where windows loads personal settings. As soon as it gets to that point it dies.



    Could it be as simple as the battery being died?

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Check your ram , take one stick out at a time. this MIGHT work, i had a simular prob not to long ago

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