Hello again everyone! I wish I could return upon a more happy note, but in the middle of my Dragon Age: Origins gaming, my computer had just randomly shut off. No shutting down message, it was as if I had just flipped the switch on the PSU. Now, whenever I go to turn on my system, it will give a couple of LED lights (I have Led lit fans and a led lit graphics card) for about 1 sec, and then go back to its stubborn, self induced coma. I don't know why it had a computer heart attack, but it did. I think that it may have something to do with a power surge back a couple months ago while I was out of town (my father informed me of this). Had an other PSU (600 Watt) that gave my video card a d1601 overheating error, which was pure blasphemy. I hadn't even turned it on that day. Sooooo, I switched over to a 650 Watt PSU (I used the 600 Watt for convenience of 2 12volt rails for my GPU). The problem then had been fixed, but now, with the new PSU, I can't even get more than a second of boot - I don't even hit the BIOS page. I'm not too sure why it did this at this time, as I have had Dragon Age (among others) for quite a while and my computer is more than capable of running it for days on end if I wished. Any insight on what may be going on will be much appreciated! If I need to post any more information, give me a shout and I'll respond as soon as possible!