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You have a faulty connection somewhere in your wiring. When engine is started, computer automatically places the engine into "cold start" mode. Don't be concerned about the whit smoke, that's just unburnt fuel when the mixture is enriched in cold start. After warm-up, cold start is shut down and all is normal. I said at first a possible wiring connection imbalance, not sure on this point, but the engine should do the cold start thing with the smoking and higher RPMs as soon s it fires up. I've no idea why the 10 second delay. Thing is, there's really nothing wrong, except for the delay after initial start-up.
In fact for a full month when I first boot the computer, the fans runs,
no extra beeps, the light blinked correctly but no bios at the screeen. I
remarked also that the fans run full speed doing a lot of noise. Then I
stopped the computer and wait 2 minutes and then it always works
correclty at the second boot with the bios screen appearing. Also, the
fan calm down after 1 second with less noise. So when I start the
computer and hear that the fan calm down with less noise after 1 second,
I know that the computer will boot correctly. That happens always at
the second try after waiting 2 minutes. But since yesterday, the fans
never calm down and the noise still remains high with no Bios at the
screen. I'm suspecting the Power Supply...
I left if off and unplugged for a few hours. When I plugged it in it started working again. My recommendation if this happens to you is to just unplug it all and let it stand for at least 4 hours and then plug it back in.