I don't know if this is the right forum. But I will search anywhere to solve my problem. I needed my pc for my final presentation for school. But when I drove back home, there needs to be something damaged. When I connected my pc at home, he wouldn't start at all. So I took every single pice of hardware out of my pc and build it again. Then it started but not for long. Few seconds after I loged on it shuts down. The second time it was faster and the thirth time after a few seconds.
I have a Intel E8400 3.0 Ghz with standard cooler, Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS5, Kingston HyperX 4GB DDR2-1066 CL5 kit, XFX Radeon HD 4890 X-Pack 1GB, Cooler Master Real Power M620, 3 HDD of 250GB, 500GB en 1TB.
That should be the basic stuff. My case, dvd or screen wouldn't be the problem. I hope someone out there can help me solve this problem. I don't like to bring my pc to a shop, this expensive and there is a chance that it's still not solved.
Was this a desktop that you moved around? It sounds like somewhere in the process you may have knocked the heatsink out of place. If you leave it off for a few hours and then quickly start it up and go in to the bios you should see it say hardware monitor, check in it to see if your cpu temperature is high.
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