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Computer turns itself on after I turn it off

I have a AORUS Gaming 7 z370 mainboard (Bios version F7) and I did not change anything in the bios, yet for some reason whenever I turn the system off (via the button), it will stay off for about 30~60 seconds and then turn itself back on.

 

I already looked into various bios settings but it seems wake on lan and similar auto-turn-on features are all disabled.

 

What can I do?

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when you are using it everything is normal?

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What does this menu in your power settings show?

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seems like a weird issue.

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I've had similar issues, though it takes more like 5 minutes before the PC powers back on. Seems to be related to Windows 10 trying to be turned on in order to auto install updates. I'd see if you have any pending updates for Windows

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I can't get into Windows. It only boots into the recovery screen and says error 0xc0000225. I tried repairing it with USB Boot media from Windows but it just said that it failed.

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Flip the switch on the PSU, solved.

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Ya, it sounds like it is crashing before it actually shuts down,

 

"error code: 0xc0000225 means Windows cannot find the System Files used for booting"

 

if you cannot repair or use system restore to rollback you could try booting into command prompt and running "sfc / scannow", but at this point I might be faster to backup what you need with a Linux live usb key and reinstall.

 

P.s. I have never had windows 10 startup repair work.

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