Re: system shut down
Originally Posted by nekrosoft13
I had the same problem, end result was that it was caused by a new WD hard drive.
When the HDD was plugged in computer would shut down with out a warning just turn off like someone unplugged power from it.
PSU was fine, because in place of that WD, i plugged in 4 other HDD to stress it a bit, and computer was working perfectly fine. Put the WD back, and few minutes later its off.
I would recommend testing each component, only plug in what its absolutly required to start the computer, nothing else. If it still shut down, try to change the HDD to a different one.
mm did you get any noise coming from hard drive i had 2 that went down and allways got clicking noise due to arm jamming
i could do a hdd test to see if that does anything all other stress tests have done only failed after coming out of test but never done a hard disk test
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