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Unable to restart

I seem to be unable to restart my computer. Problem: Whether I choose 'restart' in Windows, or try to save my settings, this happens. Symptoms: I cannot start my computer again after I try to restart. Nothing appears on the moniter. There are no beeps. Whether it attempts to boot or not, I have no way of telling. This continues every time until I reset my board. But then of course, it starts once again after I try to restart. I have: - EPoX EP-8K7A Motherboard (not Brand new, but i know it works, is has before until i rebuilt everything in my pc) - 3x hard drives 7.2k RPM - 2 sticks of 512MB memory - 128MB GeForce MX4000 Card - 350W Power Supply - * I am not sure of anything else that is relavant *

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Are you saying that you cant restart or shutdown your computer using the software menus, but using the reset or power switch does work? What Operating system?

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