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So what was the problem in doubt? And that's the story.


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For some time now, whenever there is a power outage for more than a few seconds my veteran power outage (APC) drops itself immediately and announces an overload. The batteries themselves - fresh, recently replaced.

 

I dragged on for a while, but towards the winter I internalized that every good thing has an end and purchased a new armor line at KSP. I arrived, plugged it into a computer, turned on and then unplugged to check, and the business crashed with a message about ..... overload. Happens. There are also glitches in new products. I called Banda who immediately confirmed a replacement, sent a beech to KSP and within a day / two I had a new ruling. I turned on and then unplugged to check, and the business fell with a message about ..... overload. 

 

At this point I realized that the problem was not with the Alps but with the power supply on the computer. Ordered from Amazon, replaced. Connected to the new ruling, the electricity was cut off - and the ruling remained to work (!). Connected to the old APC, the power was cut off - and the power supply stopped working (!).

 

Conclusion - the problem was indeed in doubt.

 

And the question - What in the power supply can cause the computer to work without a problem when the power supply is directly connected to the network, but causes an overload when the computer switches to uninterruptible power supplies?

 

(Wondering: No, I do not have an unnecessary break at home .. One of my daughters got it).

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