At first it would start and randomly die (not shut down of restart die).
i mest around in the bios screen now it stays on but its just a black screen wont even boot. when i started up sometimes i would have to push the power buttin 10-15 times untill it booted.
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Re: pc wont stay on
Check your power supply,earhing problem .proper voltafe .
clean your ram,processor and its position.
check that your bord dont touch the cabinet.
other wise i think your bords register or diode transistor are corrupt.
repair your motherbord chipset if above try are not succes
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Go into the BIOS settings under Boot Features.
Resume On Modem Ring
Keyboard On Now Function
are all disabled.
Now the most important one.
Power Loss Control
This setting allows you to decide how the system will react when power returns after an unexpected loss of power.
The options are Stay Off, Power On, and Last State
Make sure this setting is Stay OFF!!!
Hi, You will need to enable the Advance power management in Bios and on windows.. Try to see in the bios the advance setting for APM. Some motherboard you have to enable this. Other its simply on windows. After the installation of windows Go >Right click desktop>properties>then select screen saver tab>below click power> Then click APM tab enable and restart May be this can solve this issues. Or else I would advice to change the power supply and see. Regards uttam
it is the problem your computer operating system or motherboard bios setup problem . You restart your pc after restart then press dell key then prevew your bios setup option then choice bios defalt setup then press F10 press Y restart your pc .
Hi 2gerr, when you tested the board, was the board outside of the you're case?
Here is one suggestion you can try. Start the PC & press the F5 key every two seconds untill Windows Advanced Options Menu
is displayed on you're screen. You can not use you're mouse here. Use the up & down arrow keys & slide to, Disable automatic restart on system failure. Than press enter. What this should do for you is stop windows from restarting & give you time to catch what is causing windows to restart. If you receive a blue screen with an error message write it down. Press the pause key on the keyboard so you'll have time to write down the error message. It would not hurt to enter you're bios and turn off hault on all errors listed in the main menu of the bios.
Another could be the back side of the board could be touching the case. You can add a piece of a paper bag under the board.
Stopping a possible short. Lastly, enter you're bios & go the hardware monitor. Open hardware monitor & leave it there. Shut off you're monitor & walk away for about 10 minutes or so coming back from time to time & check the temp of you're CPU & mother board temp. Staying in the bios, let me know if the PC restarts.