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01-05-2006, 13:08:20

WC Annihilus
He's got a BFG 600W (look at the profile, that's what they're there for ;))

01-05-2006, 13:16:03

Ham
BFG make PSUs :confused:, learn something new every day.

Sounds liek you UV is shorting out somehow, as llwyd said. Strip it, check it and fix it:).

*woo 500 posts:)*

01-05-2006, 13:53:11

watertown1978
[QUOTE=Ham]BFG make PSUs :confused:, learn something new every day.

Sounds liek you UV is shorting out somehow, as llwyd said. Strip it, check it and fix it:).

*woo 500 posts:)*[/QUOTE]
yes they do . heres the link to it:
http://www.bfgtech.com/power_supply_600W.html

01-05-2006, 13:55:12

watertown1978

sounds like a short circuit somewhere, had the problem when i fitted a switch wrongly, i stupidly set it so it was bridging the +ve and -ve rather than the +ve only :rolleyes: but yea, what psu is it? and is it ok if you put the switch to on before you boot the pc?


yes it is fine to turn the switches to on before i start up the comp and it runs great 24/7 as long as i dont trun them on while im in windows , this only happens while im in windows and not while im booting up which is strange also

01-05-2006, 14:15:27

Kempez
Can you start using the EDIT button please or your posts will start dissapearing

02-05-2006, 00:57:37

watertown1978
sorry

02-05-2006, 01:11:56

Eguy
um that is not a good idea, you best edit that post :eek:

23-08-2006, 13:54:13

Direheart66
It could be a safety measure after booting your comp it registers the power intake without the lights then when you switch them on it "thinks" that useless extra power is being drawn and shuts down?.

23-08-2006, 14:45:06

Kempez
Please refrain from posting in very old threads. Thanks

23-08-2006, 14:47:33

Dav0s
meh 3 months old and the problem was never solved....anything helpful i suppose
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