24 months ago
I successfully built my first pc over the weekend! Easy AF. Everything is working great except for one little issue. I can't turn off the computer using the case power button. However, I can use the button to turn on the computer (thank god).
It worked until I messed with the bios settings. All I did was change the SATA from hard drive to solid state. I also went into the "oc tweeker" after I noticed I wasn't getting the advertised memory speed for my two corsair 3000 DDR4 ram. I clicked on the ram speed drop down and changed the speed from 2133 to 3000. I then saved and restarted back into bios.
It was at this point I discovered I couldn't turn off my computer with the power button.
This isn't a huge problem because I can still turn off the computer using windows or if worse comes to worse flip the psu switch. I'm more curious to know why this happened. I probably shouldn't I played in the bios if I didn't know what I was doing, but I figured "Hey, whats the worse that could go wrong?". I'm less excited to play in the bios now.
What do you think is causing this? How do I fix this?