Question about Foxconn 925XE7AA-8EKRS Motherboard
Why does my PC shutdown and start right back up, when I use the shut down option in Windows XP? I have to use power button on back to shut down.
This is usually caused because one of the PCI cards attached to the
system is sending a Power On message to the PC. This is usually due to
a short in the PCI device, but can also be due to a short on the
motherboard itself or a faulty BIOS image.
You can try updating the firmware on your motherboards BIOS, and unplugging different PCI cards to see what is causing the issue. Additionally you could try turning off ACPI in the BIOS, but this will require you to press the power button after Windows Shuts down. This also doesn't allow you to do any advanced power management things like put the pc to sleep.
Posted on Apr 22, 2008
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