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Windows fails to boot desktop


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#1 JNard829

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Posted 01 May 2014 - 02:29 AM

I am having an odd issue with my most recent build. The pc posts correctly then boots into my windows 7 splash screen. After Windows loads, instead of booting into my desktop my monitor goes idle and my pc turns off within 30 seconds. I have tried different gpus and restored the os multiple times. I have run various hardware diags and tests in which everything passes. If anyone has any ideas please share. This only occurs once maybe every 50 times I power on. When in the os I see no performance issues, no bottlenecking no viruses.

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i7 4930k no overclock, corsair h100i, 32gb quad channel vengeance pro memory at 2400mhz. Asus X79 deluxe motherboard, Samsung evo 250gb ssd, WD 2tb Green, evga gtx 690, corsair ax 860i

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Posted 01 May 2014 - 09:10 AM

The only thing I could think of is maybe a defective processor, but it may very well be something else considering it posts correctly and doesn't do it on every boot. I guess it could be the power supply, partially cutting off power to some parts. Maybe check the connections...

#3 JNard829

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Posted 01 May 2014 - 09:12 AM

All connections are secure. I've also tested different sata ports using different controllers. I figure the ssd could be defective, but it's a hard thing to test since it passes diags, rarely occurs, and I do not have another ssd to test with

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Posted 01 May 2014 - 08:51 PM

Hmm... I don't know then. I suppose it could be the SSD, but like you said it would be a pain to test.

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Posted 09 May 2014 - 12:40 PM

The logical start, IMO, would be with the PSU.  Then I'd move on to the RAM and hard drive and hope I don't have to go further.

 

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