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Old 08-12-2005, 01:09 AM   #1
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This is weird. I built my computer last week. It runs fine and all, but it does something weird. Iff i bumb the case or flick the side of it, it goes into stanby. I can do it an infinate amount of times, and it always happens. It's not doing any damage to my computer, it's just putting it into standby. What could be causing this?
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Old 08-12-2005, 01:13 AM   #2
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it might be you case...like mine...when you open the side panel when the computer is on...then it will sound an alarm.....btw what case are you using??
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The case that's in my sig. I can open it when it runs and nothing happens, just when i tap the side of the case will it go into standby.
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It looks like thats its something to do with the alarm, when it thinks it is getting broken into or whatever, Maybe for safety, talk to the case manurfacture about the problem.
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