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New PC wont turn on

Jiejiejr
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I bought a brand new pc from my friend just a few weeks ago. The problem is, the first time i took the pc to my house, it wont turn on. Then i send it back to him. But, its work fine at his house. So i bring the pc back to my house for 2nd time and it work fine JUST for 3 days. It wont turn on on day 3 after shutdown for more than 10hour. Then again, i bring the pc back to my friend house. THE PC WORKS JUST FINE. 1 tap at the power button and it turn on. Bring the PC back home for 3rd time, i can turn it on, play game for a few hours, try shutting it down and power it on again for a couple time. It work like a normal pc it should be. Then, after i shutting it down for like 10hour, it wont turn on again. So i told my friend its happen again and he told me 'maybe' my house electrical was unstable and ask me to buy an AVR or UPS.

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Yeah sounds like a problem with your house, not the PC, since that's the only variable changing. A UPS will help you.

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3 minutes ago, fasauceome said:

Yeah sounds like a problem with your house, not the PC, since that's the only variable changing. A UPS will help you.

Will do that. I want to buy ups today but the shop close early ?

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4 minutes ago, PacketMan said:

Well, where did you plug your PC? Any adapter? Or just into the wall?

I plug the pc on adapter at first. After the problem surface, i tried plug the PC to the wall socket. Nothing happen. I did try all the socket i have in my apartment. 

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15 minutes ago, Jiejiejr said:

I bought a brand new pc from my friend just a few weeks ago. The problem is, the first time i took the pc to my house, it wont turn on. Then i send it back to him. But, its work fine at his house. So i bring the pc back to my house for 2nd time and it work fine JUST for 3 days. It wont turn on on day 3 after shutdown for more than 10hour. Then again, i bring the pc back to my friend house. THE PC WORKS JUST FINE. 1 tap at the power button and it turn on. Bring the PC back home for 3rd time, i can turn it on, play game for a few hours, try shutting it down and power it on again for a couple time. It work like a normal pc it should be. Then, after i shutting it down for like 10hour, it wont turn on again. So i told my friend its happen again and he told me 'maybe' my house electrical was unstable and ask me to buy an AVR or UPS.

On the side notes, i live in the suburban area. An old apartment. My friend live in urban area so, electrical problem maybe? ? 

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New update.

After i disconnect all the peripherals that is connected to the pc and the power cable, i let the pc turn off for like 14hr then i try to power on the pc back and yes, it turn on ?

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Buying an avr. Will update if pc will turn on after long hr shutdown. 

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New update. After shutdown for like 5hr, goddamn pc cant turn on. Again. I've disconnected all the peripherals and powercable and will wait for almost 10hr. Will try it again

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