|19 Aug 2013||#13|
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No problem may be a good idea if still under warranty.
I was gonna suggest this:
Have you a spare working PSU and lead you can try for this?:
Unplugging all peripherals and devices from the computer
and booting with a barebones system:
Use minimum RAM
Remove all PCIe cards (Graphics/sound etc)
Remove all USB devices (except keyboard)
Remove any non-essential peripherals
Then boot your computer in and see if issue remains?
If it boots then you will need to reconnect each component one at a time
and test until the problem reoccurs in order to identify the cause.
There is still a possibility that it may be software, if the restart only happened once
in BIOS, as this is not enough evidence, and it may have been a brief power outage.
But I would barebones it first
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