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Powering on and off

15 minutes ago, Mohmed97 said:

Isn’t there anything to do with bios ?

You shouldn't really unplug the PC from the power outlet... you're not saving electricity doing so, you're just forcing a full boot every time now which is why you see this behavior... it's extra stressing on the system.

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When I power up my computer by pressing the power button it starts for about 1 second (fans, leds etc turns on) then it turns off for 1 second (fans, leds etc turns off) then it turns on normally and starts windows.

NOTE This always happens after I unplug the computer after using it the previously but if I turned off the pc and left it in the power socket it turns on from the first time. 

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Try resetting your CMOS battery.

You can see how here:

 


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Just now, LlamaFamah said:

Try resetting your CMOS battery.

You can see how here:

 

EDIT: This is a common thing and likely is nothing.


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15 minutes ago, Mohmed97 said:

This always happens after I unplug the computer after using it the previously but if I turned off the pc and left it in the power socket it turns on from the first time. 

Yeah. Normal.  Stop unplugging your PC.

 

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12 hours ago, jonnyGURU said:

Yeah. Normal.  Stop unplugging your PC.

 

Isn’t there anything to do with bios ?

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15 minutes ago, Mohmed97 said:

Isn’t there anything to do with bios ?

You shouldn't really unplug the PC from the power outlet... you're not saving electricity doing so, you're just forcing a full boot every time now which is why you see this behavior... it's extra stressing on the system.


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