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Have to restart machine to boot Windows XP.

I have to restart the machine and everytime on the second try it'll boot into Windows.

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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Try upgrading/changing your switching power supply and make sure you plug in to your motherboard all the power requirement plugs it needs.

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