Originally Posted by angelkiller
However, the computer won't boot long enough to get into windows so I can stress the system. So I know you've said the key to determining if the power system is bad or not is with those numbers. As soon as I can get this thing in Windows, I'm going to get those numbers.
Getting it into Windows to confirm a supply is good can come later. Currently it will not even go into Windows. So before it even tries to get to Windows or crashes, what are the voltages. If power is the reason why it does not get into Windows, then power is will appear defective before or after it tries.
Provide numbers for those six wires as described earlier. Especially, what happens on any one red, orange, and yellow wire as the system attempts to boot. Strange voltage numbers may explain why some memory is seen and another not. Either some memory is intermittent or motherboard semiconductors act intermittently.