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  1. Soultaker365

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    Hello I am having an issue with my computer issues is when I turn my computer off somtimes the fans will kick to full rpm and other times it will beep and the fans turn off but the led lights stay on the only way to make sure it is full off is to turn the power off I know it’s hard to do diagnostics over the internet with out the pc so let me tell you what I have done so far I have replaced the ram swapped the power supply out changed hard drives to test and removed, cleaned up and reapplied the thermal paste on the cpu when I had it out looked for damage found no sign of damage on the chip it is a AMD A10-5700 APU I have installed a video card removed must of the contacts to the mother board one at a time and the issues is still there I have gone throw my setting to see if something is keeping it in a hibernation setting and nothing is turned on I have gone throw the BIOS checked to make sure it is set right all good there now I had a power surge happen when I tried to plug a failing external hard drive enclosure in to the front USB ports with a 5v power supply as the company had advised me to do this shut the pc off and would not let it start back up for a bit but it did start back up and seemed to be ok till I tried to shut it down this is when the issue came up now I have to have a power bar connected to shut the power off when I am done

    Any thoughts would be great
     
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    I think you need to already review the Rules. You could start with the following (I bolded the part that seems to be most relevant to your post):

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