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Old February 16, 2011, 04:35 PM
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Originally Posted by CMetaphor View Post
Have you worked within your PC recently at all? To see it sounds like your power button is actually causing a short. Listen closely to the system/power supply when you press the button to see if you hear a little electrical "zap" noise also when this happens.

Oh... and let us know what you find
This was my thinking as well.
Could be a problem with connector/wiring.

Could always reach in with a screw driver and short the pins yourself to see if it has the same effect.

edit: Dan beat me to it. lol

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Originally Posted by _dangtx_ View Post
one,going by the above, might indeed be tempted to short them pins himself and see if the effect is the same? :)
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