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by srini9002810 / August 1, 2010 1:31 AM PDT

Im facing a peculiar problem, my pc is not getting inside in ma ous.but it is getting inside in my friends ous. His cpu is very well working in my ous. iam using DG41rq motherboard and dual core processor. i gave for replacement to intel but they have returned back saying that there is no defect i even changed all other devices such as ram smps and hard disk etc...i also checked with electrician. i relly didn find any clue...please help.....

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ous? smps?
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / August 1, 2010 3:03 AM PDT
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To help others understand your post, avoid abbreviations and acronyms the first time so members don't have to guess.

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(NT) Is this a Dell or Gigabyte's mainboard?
by LucJPatenaude / August 1, 2010 9:30 PM PDT
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Do you mean...
by Papa Echo / August 2, 2010 11:20 AM PDT
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Your computer is not working in your own house, but working in your friend's house. And your friend's computer is working in your house ... ? Or by "getting" do you mean having Internet access ? How far apart are the houses ?

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by srini9002810 / August 2, 2010 12:27 PM PDT
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if i take my c p u and connect in my friends house it is working well, which makes me rule out any device(motherboard,processor etc........)problem and if i connect his c p u in my house it is working well, which makes me to rule out electrical problem.I really cannot get any clue..I think now you can get it.

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Compare both P.S.U.s of both machines.
by LucJPatenaude / August 2, 2010 12:39 PM PDT
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Yours might need more juice than the real need to have for your machine and, your friend might have a way smaller P.S.U. and his machine still works fine in both locations(houses).

It is true and not-so-peculiar to see such weird happenings like these.

I always said before, no need for a way too big of a P.S.U. for an average/standard machine.

Enjoy your self-investigation into this power based situation. Wink

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