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    Well I go back to what I originally thought, overload. What kind of Celeron? Celeron D, Northwood or Prescott? Mobile or Desktop?

    Well for a desktop chip that sucker draws almost 120W. That is 10A on the 12v rail. So with nothing else connected you are already overloading it.
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    Desktop. But like i said, it didn't work with an old 200 mhz processor either. I can't remember the make of the celeron. It's being tested in the car, 12 guage wire coming straight from the battery to the PSU, grounded to the frame with more 12 guage wire. Ground and power are clear, since they're connected to the inverter right now and it's working fine.

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    also 12awg wire is a tad on the small side. May be what is putting your inverter into protection mode (beep).
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