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Posted · Original PosterOP

So, I just finished my first build, and when I power it on, the PC starts, after a few seconds, it turns off, and finally after a few more seconds, it starts loading windows normally.

 

So, my question is, is that normal?

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7 minutes ago, ENGINEER H4RR7 said:

So, I just finished my first build, and when I power it on, the PC starts, after a few seconds, it turns off, and finally after a few more seconds, it starts loading windows normally.

 

So, my question is, is that normal?

Can you please tell us your system specs ?  Try setting BIOS to defaults and see if you have this issue.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, Turtle Rig said:

Can you please tell us your system specs ?  Try setting BIOS to defaults and see if you have this issue.

Asus x470-pro

Ryzen 2600x

4 x8GB vengeance 3200Hz

corsair 750 W gold certified power supply

6 ML120 fans

corsair h60 120 mm cooler mounted upfront

Radeon 7 GPU

 

Also, it was doing this before and after the BIOS update, especially after I plug it in the power outlet.

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I think my asus board did this when setting something specific but cant remember what exactly..


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Ok, this only happens when you turn it on for the first time if it has been unplugged. Just tested it by turning it on without turning the power supply off and turned it on after resetting the power supply.

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