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Sonnyboy234
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Pc wont turn on with power button but will turn on without it

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Hp pavillion gaming desktop 690-0010
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I've been having this issue for 2 months now and it is really annoying me. After taking my pc to go to hp repair centers it came back and i plugged it in and downloaded some stuff left the room and came back to it turned off weirdly so i pushed the power button in and nothing happened so I opened it while it was still plugged in and disconnected the power button I found out a way before to turn it on without a power button so I did that and it turned on so I hooked up the power button again and to test it i held it in and the pc turned off so then I tapped it to turn it on again and it turned on but just as it turned on it turned off again immediately kept pressing it and nothing happened

 

I do not think it is the psu because I changed it yesterday and there was no difference same with the power button it was also brand new could it be the motherboard this pc is 8 months old if anyone has a solution please help me

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@Sonnyboy234,

That is an issue you must resolve with that HP repair center.

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