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Posted 18 October 2006 - 01:34 PM
Posted 18 October 2006 - 03:41 PM
The motherboard shouldn't care which way the case sits. You should be able to turn the case upside down without any adverse effect. My first guess would be the big power-cord going to the motherboard; that it might not sit properly.
So, now it seems like it's the positioning of the case, rather than the motherboard mounting. The motherboard seems really sensitive to the position of the case. I noticed something odd about the case since I got it. It doesn't sit completely level. Only two of the case feet are hitting the desk at any given time. I'm not sure if it's the case or the desk, but I plan to check that out soon. Even if that's the case, should a motherboard be so touchy about the way the case sits?
A cable touching the motherboard shouldn't make a difference.
Another thought that came to mind. I was thinking about the way the wires are all over in my case. I can't keep them under control. If one of the wires loose in the case is touching the motherboard, could that cause this problem?
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