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Pc Boots up. Shuts down then boots up fine afterward?

DazzaBear
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When I go on to my pc I always do as the following :

 

1. Turn on power supply to pc

 

2. Press the start button on pc

 

3. Boots up, shuts down then boots fine afterwards.

 

Problem always occurs only when you turn off the power supply then turn on.

 

My PC runs fine but just the start up is annoying

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3 minutes ago, DazzaBear said:

 

Problem always occurs only when you turn off the power supply then turn on

Then why you turn off the power supply, i  see no reason why it would make sense. 

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usually thats an indication of it setting the RAM timings in the BIOS. How old is your system? Why do you turn off your PSU? There is no need to turn off the PSU as the power draw when the system is off even with the idle LEDs and any RGB is only going to be a few watts at most, like 5-10w most likely at peak. 

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So just leave the power supply on? I always turn it off so I can save electricity.

 

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