Computer help forum: Computer keep Rebooting before even get into Bios

by: Glup-glup May 15, 2013 2:47 AM PDT

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Computer keep Rebooting before even get into Bios

by Glup-glup - 5/15/13 2:47 AM

I just built a new desktop PC with specs:

Gigabyte GA-P55-UD3l
Geforce GTS250 DDR3
Hynix DDR3 2GB 1Rx8 PC3 10600U (HMT325U6BBFR8C)
Seagate 250GB
i5 1155
Windows 8

The Pc been doing fine for a month or so. and suddenly it just keep rebooting even before it gets into the bios (it wont go the bios even if i keep pressing del)

If i just let it run and keep rebooting it will eventually get into the windows. but lately the rebooting sequence would run for the whole day.

There are no error with the RAM when i check it with windows memory diagnostic tools. The VGA also works well if i plug it into my other computer.

I've also check the motherboard with the service center, and there is nothing wrong with the MB.

is there anything else i should check?

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