is it a surge

  jonboy 12:07 06 Apr 08

ok i recently moved my pc across the room and now when i turn the plug on the pc seems to start up for a second then goes of what can this be..the pc is plugged into a power protection board..

  bobbybowls 12:15 06 Apr 08

turn the power off open it up and check nothing has come loose.

  ronalddonald 21:06 24 Apr 08

jonboy has the issue been resolved? did you find something loose would like to know what the prob was many thanks

  jonboy 21:10 24 Apr 08

no m8 still got the problem so i am using my laptop untill i can get it sorted, its totaly mad somtimes it kicks in for like 7 seconds

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 22:06 24 Apr 08

Try another PSU.

  bluto1 22:14 24 Apr 08

If you are still around, can I suggest switching everything off. First check the connection to the wall socket, then each connection you have into your 'power protection' bar. OK, they're allright. Now check every connection you've got to your PC, Monitor and Printer if attached. Then switch on power and boot up, and I've got my fingers crossed. Please do not skimp the checks.

  bluto1 22:17 24 Apr 08

.....and if all this fails, Fruit Bat /\0/\ has the answer.

  xania 11:33 25 Apr 08

While you've got the box open, make sure all the connections to the mobo are firm - something may have come loose during the move - and also make sure there are no loose screws etc lying on the mobo and causing a short.

  woodchip 11:52 25 Apr 08

Try the computer without the power protection board, it may be faulty

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