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Fix for cold boot issue

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A few days ago I discovered a way to avoid a cold boot issue I've been having since I bought my NF4 Expert board.

 

I would press the power button, and the fans would spin for 1/2 a second before my system would turn off. After a dozen or so presses, the system would finally start up.

 

I found that if I turned off my PSU completely, waited a period of about an hour, then turned it back on my computer would start the first time I pressed the button. So now I just have to remember to turn off my psu when I shut down my computer, and I never have to keep pushing the power button in the morning anymore.

 

I have all connectors plugged in, including 4 pin (no adapter) and floppy connector.

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I agree with ISSA. This normally is a PSU problem.

 

I had basically the same problem with my Ultra-D. As it turned out, my PSU was faulty.

 

The difference in my problem and yours is, I had to leave my PSU on all of the time. But in the end, it took a new PSU to solve my problem.

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