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Nomad_boy
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My omen desktop suddenly started to power off on me mid task, I dont know what is doing it

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OMEN 25L Desktop - GT12-0060
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My omen desktop suddenly powered off on my in the middle of editing a video, I turned it back on to normal but it happened several more times once I started to look into it and see if somthing is up with windows or something like a virus my pc powered off again and started to boot loop, wont fully power on and now I only get a hint of life by the LEDs somtimes powering on and off in a quick flash? Anything I can do?

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@Nomad_boy , welcome to the Community.

 

There are several components that can cause these symptoms!  The most likely of which is the power supply unit (PSU).  You need to test it or have it tested by a computer technician.  The other components are the processor and memory.  The processor is not that easy to troubleshoot, but the memory is easier for you to test.  You should remove all of the memory and replace it one stick at a time in the slot nearest to the processor.  Then, boot the computer to see if the problem is solved.

 

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