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Computer Cant Fully Restart On Its Own (x570 Motherboard)

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Hello Everyone,

 

In my new PC build I encountered an very weird problem where the Windows Operating System cannot restart the system on its own without requiring me to physically power the machine back on. Since the task cannot be automated by the OS, I am forced to press the front IO reset button or the power button to get the machine to boot up. I am currently using the GIGABYTE X570 AORUS Elite Wifi

 

To troubleshoot I began by:

>Updating the BIOS to the most up-to-date drivers

>Checking all of the front IO buttons of my Fractal Case to ensure that they were plugged into the MB

>Adjusted BIOS settings such as Fast Boot, AC Back in Platform Power (turned to on)

>Fully Reinstalled Windows OS

>Tested the Front IO wiring with another case

 

I've used this motherboard in several builds for friends, however, I am shocked that this small issue is persisting. Everything else on the MB works well, which is why I am confused if this is perhaps a MB problem or something that I am overlooking. Since I live in Canada, it will cost me $65+ to ship the MB internationally to the California for Gigabyte to check out, so I am hoping that this is not a MB issue.

 

Please let me know if you have any other ideas or suggestions. Thank you!

 

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> Basically, I can click restart from the windows machine, and then the screen turns off as usual, but then the machine will not turn back on to power up windows.

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Try disabling fast startup from your power settings.

That feature is generally more problematic than helpful for modern systems.

 

It can be helpful if windows is installed on a slower mechanical drive, but most people don't have that setup these days.

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13 hours ago, Tech87 said:

Try disabling fast startup from your power settings.

That feature is generally more problematic than helpful for modern systems.

 

It can be helpful if windows is installed on a slower mechanical drive, but most people don't have that setup these days.

Okay I'm going to try that. If this was a MB issue, I'm sure there will be bigger issues right?

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Unfortunately, disabling the fast boot did not work at all. Any Other suggestions?

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Troubleshoot Power

Type troubleshoot in Search Box> Click Troubleshoot > Scroll down > Click Power > Run the troubleshooter > Follow on-screen direction.

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6 hours ago, Tech87 said:

Troubleshoot Power

Type troubleshoot in Search Box> Click Troubleshoot > Scroll down > Click Power > Run the troubleshooter > Follow on-screen direction.

Unfortunately, this does not work as well. Could this have something to do with my hard drive? I tried turning off Legacy boot since i noticed that the Bios shows my SSD twice. One where it shows the name and another one with the name and (windows boot Manager) beside it.

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