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Unread 19-03-2008, 02:34 PM   #11
vedkamath@gmail.com
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Re: Weird Problem

On Mar 18, 3:17*am, Jimbob <m...@nofkinspam.me> wrote:
> Hi all
>
> I bought a new case and 2 sticks of 1gb of ram for my pc.
>
> I've spent most of the day pissing about.
>
> The problem i have now is strange, i've got everything installed and set
> up in place as it should be. But.. my pc won't power on when stood up,
> but comes on when it's layed on it's side. I 'don't' think anything is
> loose, i've checked, double checked and ****ing 10 times checked and
> there's nothing i can see that's loose.
>
> When it's on and on it's side, if i then stand it up, the pc locks up
> and nothing can be done expect hold the power button and power off.
>
> Anyone got any idea's?
>
> System:
> 6600GT
> C2D 6400
> 2gb 5300 ram
> 775Dual-vsta
> xp pro sp2
>
> <<<stressed.


while putting the RAM u have to make it to fit properly in it's slot
other wise it does'nt work properly try it.

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Unread 26-06-2008, 08:54 AM   #12
ProfGene
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Re: Weird Problem

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Jimbob wrote:
> Hi all
>
> I bought a new case and 2 sticks of 1gb of ram for my pc.
>
> I've spent most of the day pissing about.
>
> The problem i have now is strange, i've got everything installed and set
> up in place as it should be. But.. my pc won't power on when stood up,
> but comes on when it's layed on it's side. I 'don't' think anything is
> loose, i've checked, double checked and ****ing 10 times checked and
> there's nothing i can see that's loose.
>
> When it's on and on it's side, if i then stand it up, the pc locks up
> and nothing can be done expect hold the power button and power off.
>
> Anyone got any idea's?
>
> System:
> 6600GT
> C2D 6400
> 2gb 5300 ram
> 775Dual-vsta
> xp pro sp2
>
> <<<stressed.

Maybe you are catching some wire against the case or touching some part
of the board to something that grounds it out when you lift it up. lift
it very slowly and look to see if anything touches when you are lifting
it up.

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