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PSU switch has to be turned on/off to get the system to boot. It will not boot into windows from first boot. You have to use the PSU switch and boot second time. The POST hangs when it tries to load the Windows splash screen.

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  • Ninurta Jul 01, 2008

    I updated my bios drivers again. I got a new hard drive and case(to keep hdd cool, and other components). I am still having issues with the boot. I have to restart the machine for second time to get into windows. I don't use the PSU anymore since I have a reset button on the case now. Do you suggest a new motherboard?

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Though it had been working fine until two days ago, my HP z800 won't boot past the "Starting Windows" animation; it simply turns off during its usual lengthy but verbose boot.


a HP z800 Desk top., full sized too.
what options? what does it have inside, now. ok 1 VGA card now. but is there a CD/DVD or BR disk drive there? options?
running SSD ! good.
its sold with a wide range for RAID drives, options.
and dual Quad-Core Intel Xeon Processor 5500 Series.

7 huge drive bays,
ever think to boot to a Linux CD? LIVE (no HDD need be there)
or windows 7,8,10 LIVE PE windows disk. (no HDD need be there)

my guess is if that fails (above simple test), then the PSU is bad.
it turns off for only these reasons.
1: the OS told it to.
2: the PSU saw errors and turned it self off.
the cause list is huge. (even bad MOBO, bad ram, or anything plugged into that MOBO that is shorted.

The PSU if it sees faults on any of its many power bus lines
it shuts off as after 1full second of trying to get it right (ATX spec)

why not just strip it down to only
mobo,PSU, no vga? , 1 mem stick.
see if fans run, powered on and it holds, there.
have as little plugged in to MOBO is possble
see if you get beep codes or , plug in 1 USB keyboard
and see if the LED there have flash codes.

ever seen a live boot CD? or stick
today all techs, have a boot stick, i have 4,
that why we can test everything out, with no HDD present.
see the POWER OF THAT?

I take a LIVE PE or linux, ISO file and burn a USB stick with RuFUS.
then boot to it, keep it in the tool box. and be empowered.


The PSU when working, some dont shuts off for 2 reasons
Power bus overloads, over/under voltage tests, or the soft power off
bit is TRIPPED.
if no HDD present there will no soft power off , possible. dig?
you push the power button and the PSU must stay up
do the fans go off too, ? you never mentioned FANS.
mine has 4 fans,
if the fans good off, now HDD then the PSU is bad or just UNHAPPY.

unhappy means, OVELOADED.

The more fancy the PSU, the more possible ways to overload
they do that to keep from blowing to kingdom come, $500 set of
processors. (a good thing)?

one more hint, the PSU has this one wire.
called PWR-OK if the PWR-oK goes false, the PSU
shuts off.
learn how this works and all else is easy.

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It does sound like a psu problem, if you are comfortable with opening your pc then (remember to use anti static wrist band rubber matting etc) and remove the psu and give it a good dusting (as the dust does collect in on the fan and inside the unit itself (please be careful when working with this unit as it is a power unit and can be dangerous) put unit once cleaned back into the pc making sure you reconnect everything carefully. (if you are not sure rather take it to a professional as you can do some serious damage to your mother board and or peripherals. but this should give a few more boot ups ultimately you could replace it with a new PSU.

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Alarm beeps and orange light flashes when power is switched on.


If you unplug the power cord from the wall and the PSU, then flick the little red voltage switch on the back up and then back down again, plug it back in and it should work again

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Power LED is On but system doesnot start ?


hello, I have a solution for u i think it may help for u.
your problem is:

When u press the start button... the power LED comes on but there is no POST beep or BIOS screen or boot up. The SMPS fan and Processor fans also dont come on at all. there is a small LED next to the SMPS plug on the motherboard that does light up when the system is connected to a power source.
Part of the system configuration is the kind of PSU you have in your system.
SOLUTION IS
So, what kind of PSU?

Try to borrow a known good PSU. Or better yet, see if you can test your PSU in another working system. If you cannot do that, try to borrow a DMM to measure the voltages. Yellow wires should be 12 volts. Red wires: +5 volts, orange wires: +3.3 volts, blue wire : -12 volts, violet wire: 5 volts always on. The gray wire is really important. It should go from 0 to +5 volts when you turn the PSU on with the case switch. CPU needs this signal to boot.

You can turn on the PSU by completely disconnecting the PSU and using a paperclip or jumper wire to short the green wire to one of the neighboring black wires.

This checks the PSU under no load conditions, so it is not completely reliable. But if it can not pass this, it is dead.

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I've replaced the PSU of my Dell Dimension & I can't boot


I have done countless transplants with over the counter PSUs in Dells, HP and many other OEM rigs without incident. I would suspect you have a faulty PSU. Just make sure you are getting one with a little more power than you currently have and try to match the design spec as much as you can. If you can find one without the aux. power switch then that's even better, but it makes no difference.

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PSU powers on computer, then computer starts to lose power


I agree with ****. You have to replace new PSU .

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Switch on back of PSU needs to be turned off and on after restarting Windows XP to successfully POST


If there is an update for your bios I would suggest applying it after you get the system working properly again. It won't hurt to reset the cmos either, also be sure the smaller Ram is in slot A, some motherboards need it this way. Also are your RAM matched, I>E> both high/low density. Running with minimum RAM will rule out some of these questions so disregard any impertanant suggestions, and let us know how you come along.

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