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    Default problem ?

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    It´s to low volt (image)



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    it's hard to put much faith in software readings, but I'd be more worried about your +12v rail than the -5v
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    use a multimeter to measure voltages and do not believe software readings. Also is your PSU that old and has a -5V rail?

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    Wow. It might actually have a -5V rail. Otherwise I would expect the software to report -01297312908743282648927346927103128371284723984239 47934.3298472349874298V like it usually does. ;-)

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    You best be trollin' OP.
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