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comment Debugging a “Somewhat” Faulty PC Component
Luke, thank you very much for your detailed answer! Looks like there are quite a few next steps for me to tackle here. As you can see from my edits above, I did recently replace my motherboard, but the errors persisted. What's the probability of the second motherboard failing? I'm thinking it's low and that this recent test has highlighted my PSU as the main issue. Finally, I have updated my BIOS to the most recent versions, and to clarify, I'm not using an ASUS motherboard.
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comment Debugging a “Somewhat” Faulty PC Component
Thanks for your input Barlop. I believe I am going to RMA the MOBO and see what happens after a new clean install. Unfortunately, I have no spare parts to test this in a more structured way.
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comment Debugging a “Somewhat” Faulty PC Component
I'll swing by my local MicroCenter and grab a POST card and PSU tester today - this sounds like a great next step.
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