problem with asus p5ld2-vm motherboard restart after shut down

Posted on 2006-05-27
Last Modified: 2010-05-18
hello experts
i have a brand new motherboard asus p5ld2-vm
after shut down it restarts.
i have a dual core 3.2 p4 proccesor
1 giga of memory ddr2
520 power supply
xppro system

i chacked the bios its well configuerd

vga card on board
pls let me know where to find the sulotion


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Question by:samy21
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    Expert Comment

    check your xp power options in control panel

    check your pwr settings in your bios
    LVL 14

    Expert Comment

    you may need to check for updated drivers
    as well as microsoft windows updates
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    Expert Comment

    More specifically, check your BIOS PowerMenu settings for the following:

    --restore on AC power loss: Disabled
    --power on by RTC alarm: Disabled
    --power on by external modem: Disabled
    --power on by PCI device: Disabled
    --power on by PCIe device: Disabled

    Disable all of the above 'power on' options and see if the restarting stops. If so, you can test, one by one which device may be causing the power up by toggling the BIOS settings individually.

    You can also check the log files in windows to see if a device is waking the system up:
    control panel -> administrative tools -> event viewer


    Author Comment

    hello  FriarTuk it did not solve the problem.

    hello maramom-it did not solve the problem

    thanks         i will continue to try

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    Expert Comment

    hey samy, what did you try?

    did you download a newer version of your bios? did you reset your bios to defaults?  did you verify the power settings in the o/s & the bios?

    Author Comment

    Hello FriarTuk

    thanks for continuing and help .

    i did all the advises i get. nothing helped,so i went to my supplier and got another motherboard.

    i have 3 years grant.  that solved the problem.

    looks like the motherboard was demaged.

    thanks again

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    Accepted Solution

    no problem, now you can request a refund in community support to close this thread

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