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    ROG Guru: White Belt Array kens30 PC Specs
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    Z370 Restore AC Power Loss not working!

    Hi in the recent weeks i have been having brief 1 sec power outages,which always makes my pc shut down and immediately turn back on.
    The only setting i could find in the bios is under APM/Restore AC Power Loss set to power off.
    As a test i tried all settings (power on,last state) and simulating a 1 sec power loss by switching the psu off and immediately back on again.
    Still same behavior! I am completely lost as to what to do to make my pc stay off in such situations.
    What else could be causing this behavior i am totally confused.


    BTW my PSU is only 10 months old.

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    New ROGer Array menaquinone PC Specs
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    Laptop (Model)desktop
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    I have something similar that I've tried: shutdown from Windows 7 x64, unplug from power socket, press power button(to drain capacitors), then it briefly seems to power on from whatever charge it had left but shutsoff because it is still unplugged After this, if I plug it in the socket, it starts to power on as if I had pressed the power button, but I didn't ! this on ASUS Prime Z370-A with latest BIOS Version 2401 2019/07/24

    My setting was on Power Off, so it clearly wasn't respected.

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