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Re: please help me
It might be the button on your system case mine does the same thing i believe it can be a security saftey feature that when the fans stop its safe to restart and some cases come with a back case switch sometimes this needs to flipped to ensure a start now these are a couple ideas the other is a loose lead power button wire is connected wrong inside on mother board or is loose check by opening and looking
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that happend to me aswell, coz the asus motherboard are like that.
1st unplug all the cabels from the mother board like, harddrive ID and Cd-room ID, leave just the power supply on and try to start Your computer if it doesnt work take off the cabels of USB or anything else that is connected in the motherboard and try to switch it on, if that doesnt work.
get another graphic card and try with it maybe u have prob with ur graphic card, and if that doesnt work take of the motherboard from ur case and try to switch it on like that coz ASUS MOTHERBOARD are really silly sometimes.
hope that Helps.
Try to start the computer in Safe mode. If it works there then open the Device manger and uninstall all the USB hub controllers and then restart the computer. Also undo any hardware changes that you might have made to the computer just before you started getting this problem.
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You can try resetting the cmos/bios by unplugging the power cord. Open the case. Find the battery mounted on the board. Use a flat tip screw driver & lift out the battery. (About the size of a quarter). Wait about 15 seconds & pop the battery back onto the board. Plug you're power cord back in & power on the PC. If the system still does not boot, re-check all data & power connections for solid connection. Remove you're memory & firmely reseat. Try again. Still no? Replace power supply.
If the system still does not start & or gives no beeps, no LED lights & no fans power up. Than you're board is most likely dead. (So hate giving out bad news)