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PC does boot after restart

by mgupta60 / April 19, 2014 1:06 PM PDT

After using pc more than 5 minutes. If I restart it, then it doesnt boot up, nothing shows on monitor, but cpu fan is on, And i think other things are also on. After taking some time (depends on using pc, before giving restart command) it starts

win7_32b
1TB harddrive
1GB RAM
G41 combo (gigabyte)
Dual core 2.7GHz
350W power supply

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Why not add this
by Jimmy Greystone / April 19, 2014 1:14 PM PDT

Why not add this to your original post for this issue? http://forums.cnet.com/7723-6122_102-616997.html

Also, a few more details about what exactly is going on. Give a sample scenario starting from your computer in the off position and you pressing the power button. Work your way from there to what issue you are describing, because it seems like you could be talking about at least two different possible scenarios and to be of any help to you at all, we'd need to be sure which one it is, or even if it's a third option.

Add all of this to your original post rather than creating a third.

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Because Kees locked that one.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / April 20, 2014 1:30 AM PDT
In reply to: Why not add this

This is one of many reasons why members should not cross post.

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To be fair
by Jimmy Greystone / April 20, 2014 6:48 AM PDT

To be fair, he didn't lock the original until after I posted my response, but probably before my alert about this one being a duplicate was noticed.

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Re: lock
by Kees_B Forum moderator / April 20, 2014 7:07 AM PDT
In reply to: To be fair

First I saw your alert about duplicates. Then I had a look, and I thought it made most sense to lock the post with the least info and make a link there to the one with more info.

Kees

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Either way
by Jimmy Greystone / April 20, 2014 8:21 AM PDT
In reply to: Re: lock

Either way, point being instead of making 2+ posts drip feeding info as you go along, make one post and then supply additional details if/as needed. There can be a fair bit of variation in customs across various forums across the Internet, but that is probably a universal.

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