Solved I will stuck at the UEFI screen almost everytime I restart or power on my PC.

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Aiden Ng

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So I got this PC on Internet from last few years, and when it arrived, I try to turn it on but it gets me into the UEFI screen, then after asking for help from the seller, the problem is the side case is compressing the cables on the following pic, and since I'm just a buyer but not a expert, idk anything bout this cables, so I just keep using this PC till now, and those days, I will still get into the UEFI screen sometimes even though I have already take out the side case, and my solution is to adjust that 2 cables, to make it plug in tighter or something like that, but it only happens like once or twice a month, so I just ignore it since it can be fixed, but till these days, the times of having this problem is increasing, and I need to adjust it every single time, but since my side case is open so it can be done easily, so can any professional tells me what's the problem really is? Is it the cable had broke or what
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Hello

I am assuming the warranty is out of date.. Seems to be a really tight fit.. This could be your cable wires in the plug are loose and may need to be redone or the ports may be faulty because of this tight fit.. When plugged in,does the molex plugs seem to be loose anyway? Are the connecting wires seem tight within the plug itself?
 

Aiden Ng

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Hello

I am assuming the warranty is out of date.. Seems to be a really tight fit.. This could be your cable wires in the plug are loose and may need to be redone or the ports may be faulty because of this tight fit.. When plugged in,does the molex plugs seem to be loose anyway? Are the connecting wires seem tight within the plug itself?
I don't really know how a loosed miles plugs should be but the wires inside the miles plugs are unpluggable, but everytime I try to move the wires or the whole thing, it start having a clicking sound. I guess it's the port or the wires problem.
 

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Yeah..You may have to take your pc to a pc repair shop and have them look at those wires and ports.. My bet it is an issue with the wires inside the plug..
 

Aiden Ng

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Yeah..You may have to take your pc to a pc repair shop and have them look at those wires and ports.. My bet it is an issue with the wires inside the plug..
Okok, thanks for ur help dude
 
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