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Old August 5, 2012, 01:24 PM
BryceBooth BryceBooth is offline
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It is usually not recommended shaking your computer, but I understand your frustration. After cutting the molex connectors off, did you tape the wires individually with electrical tape?
Assuming you have shook the case since checking your power connections, remove both side panels, make sure all connectors are snug on your motherboard, and all peripherals. Try re-seating your memory, and add-in cards. If all else fails, if you have access to a spare PSU, try using that in place of what you have to rule that out. Another possible problem could have to do with your home's wiring, try moving your computer to a different room and try to recreate the crash, without shaking it. A quality surge-protector, or UPS can work wonders in that area.
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