Hi. I've got a new Medion desktop (refurb). When I hit the on/off button to start up it comes on for a few seconds and then goes off and you have to press it again to start the PC. Is this normal for medion PCs? I am told by their tech suport that all their PCs are like this and that this is a system test. But sounds strange to me and an inconvenience. Please help as I need to know whether to send back. Thank you.
Thanks for advise. Problem is that their tech support bloke said that they wouldn't recognise it as a fault as all their new PCs are built this way. How can I proceed with this legally, prove that it is a fault?
Oh, and I should add that I have already sent it back once. As well as the 'fault' discussed above, it also didn't start immediately on the 2nd press - it waited for 5 seconds after the 2nd press and then started up 'on its own'!
I hoped that the 2 weeks it spent away from me in Germany for repair would solve both these issues. But it only solved the 2nd. I then phoned them and was told that the problem I initially posted about at top of this thread "was a 'system test'" and is not a fault.