OK...here's my problem. In Windows XP, when I shut down my computer (start menu, shut down) then try to power back up I have to reach around to the back of the case and turn off the main power switch , wait for a moment then turn it back on. I don't have to use the front panel power switch, it turns on when I hit the main power seitch. When I wait to turn power back on, right after turning off the main power, there is a little...kind of...squeeke, like a cap discharging or something. After that happens the Standby Power LED turns out (on the motherboard) and the power lamp turns out out in my USB hub. Takes a second before this happens. My front panel power switch does nothing. I do have plugged into the correct socket on teh MOBO. The reset switch will work. Could this be the result of a BIOS setting? I have searched and searched for a solution and can't find anything like what's going on in my machine. I have an ASUS A7N8X Main Board, Geforce4 Ti 4800 video card, 512 MB PC3200 DDR RAM from Crucial. Thanx for any help!!!