Re: What is this MB's problem?

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Subject: Re: What is this MB's problem?
Name: Connie
Date: 3/21/2005 5:54:41 AM (GMT-7)
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In Reply to: Re: What is this MB's problem? posted by ludicrous

The machine was fine as far as I could tell after the power glitch. But I really didn't think to hit
any key combo's to get it back on. I did have to turn the monitor back on manually.

Perhaps the whole problem is the GF and NF2 related?
Although I didn't have much success on bootup using an ATI card instead of the GF? However this one will go into shutdown and come back on ok under noraml circumstances. Just seemed after the monitor lost it's power I lost the signal to the computer for some odd reason. Which is kind of odd
because I've had the power do this a couple of times before when I was using it and I didn't lose the signal to the machine from the monitor, but then the monitor actually came back on by itself.
Going to have to plug that monitor into the Backup. (Got to find my extra long power cable)

My boot is kind of like what you go through to get
that old EPox running.Except I don't have to fiddle with the PSU switch too.I seem to have the red light on the HDD for just an instant when I hit the Power Switch and then nothing just the monitor self test screen, then I hit the reset and
I get everything up and going + the "beep" that it's booting up.

I've thought possibly it was a powermangement setting somewhere but can't find anything that seems to be out of kilter.I never use anything fancy....just turn off the monitor after an hour and I never shutdown the HDD. No wake up using any key...etc.

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