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I have a 5 year old PC.. about 2 mouths ago I put in windows 7 everything was working fine until this morning..

this morning I turned on the PC.. and it shut off right away.. I took the side cover off and a 9.F. code on my Abit mother board..

9.F. == µGuru force shutdown
meaning it will turn on, for about 4 secconds then it will shut its self back off and display an error code of 9f

I Replace the 400w power supply with a 550w power supply

But I can not get the PC to even give a bios..

this is from Abit them self..
9.F. µGuru force shutdown 1. Power on -> Stop at 9.F.2. 0.0.->8.3.->9.F. repeat 1.Restore default setting for BIOS2. Replace with other power supply
µGuru load default Settings

Turn ON your PC with our µGuru™ motherboard and then turn OFF right away as one single action; repeat this action continuously for 3 times.

dose not work for me.. did both the power button and the power supply switch..

any help would be useful..
thank you

ABIT AG8 LGA 775 Intel 915P ATX Intel Motherboard
Intel Pentium 4 530J Prescott 3.0GHz LGA 775 Single-Core Processor
2 x 250GB SATA 1.5Gb/s Hard Drive
4 x Rosewill 1GB 184-Pin DDR SDRAM DDR 400
2 x SAMSUNG DVD Burner
GeForce 9800 GT Video Card
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You have your original topic located HERE that you started almost a hour ago. Please do not double post as this can create crossed advice and take more time to assist you. I am closing this topic and leaving your original topic open.
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