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wont totally turn off!

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by boogey, Jul 1, 2007.

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  1. boogey

    boogey Thread Starter

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    when i turn off the computer (p2 350mhz win xp pro) the computer shuts off everything ...except the power supply ...the fan just keeps goin like the energizer bunny!have to physically turn off the fan using the power button! whats not right here?
     
  2. boogey

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    no takers so i post it again thanx!
     
  3. Frank4d

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    A standard ATX power supply doesn't operate that way. Do you have a model number for it?
     
  4. boogey

    boogey Thread Starter

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    yup..the model number is fsp145-61gw...hope that helps
     
  5. ozrom1e

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    Well that is an ATX power supply now could you post some system specs and make and model number of the computer?
     
  6. boogey

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    it is a p2 350 mhz 128 mb ram running win xp pro (just put pro on) not updated to either service pack yet....i tried using the power options tab but the power supply stays on got older computers here than that they tuen off!...also xp keeps finding "new hardware" everytime i turn the computer on..dont know if that is part of the prob.
     
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