If that's the case, then you need to swap in a different, higher rated power supply.. Most desktop computers require, at least 400 watts. In addition, if you haven't removed the case cover and used compressed air to blow out all the dust from around the processor, heatsink, power supply and all fans and vents, it's a required maintenance step every 6 months to a year.
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The last 6 months of owning a 4 year old desktop my computer won't turn on after restart / shut down. The only way to get it back to work is to turn off PSU, disconnect motherboard and video card power cables. Then wait a few hours and plug everything back in. Do I need to replace a specific part? Can anyone explain why this phenomenon happens? Thanks..
Asus z87 motherboard
Gold rated PSU 100w