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Old July 5, 2012, 12:36 PM
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Originally Posted by Master_Shake_ View Post
is the switch on, on the back of the psu??

cause it sounds like what happens when the psu gets shut off and you hit the power button to discharge the capacitors in the psu?

is your psu power cable ok?
Yup, it's on. Also I tried a different cable from my other computer and i got the same result.
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