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Something has gone wrong with my rig

#11wildog2006Posted 9/22/2013 1:28:32 PM
Bowsaa posted...
Unplug the PSU and turn the computer on. If it doesn't do the reboot loop, it's the PSU.


unplug the power then turn it on? do you even know what PSU stands for?
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#12darkmaian23(Topic Creator)Posted 9/22/2013 1:39:00 PM
wildog2006 posted...
Bowsaa posted...
Unplug the PSU and turn the computer on. If it doesn't do the reboot loop, it's the PSU.


unplug the power then turn it on? do you even know what PSU stands for?


As wildog pointed out, you cannot unplug the power supply and boot the computer.

Any other advice? And thanks to all who have helped.
#13BowsaaPosted 9/22/2013 1:40:26 PM
darkmaian23 posted...
wildog2006 posted...
Bowsaa posted...
Unplug the PSU and turn the computer on. If it doesn't do the reboot loop, it's the PSU.


unplug the power then turn it on? do you even know what PSU stands for?


As wildog pointed out, you cannot unplug the power supply and boot the computer.


And that was the joke.

Is the computer clean/dusted out?

And I take it that you don't have any space parts around that you could test with?
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#14Delta_F14Posted 9/22/2013 1:42:56 PM
My computer used to do that, I would just un-assemble then re-assemble it until it would start working.
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