[Techtalk] Rebooting problem.
james at james-web.net
Thu Jan 24 11:08:14 EST 2002
Are you SURE it is not a heat issue?
Do you have something that measures CPU/mobo temp? What temp is it
It could be a flaky power supply too. Which is dangerous, as you could
lose the mobo/proc/anything.
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> leslie at freakybutt.net
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> Subject: [Techtalk] Rebooting problem.
> I'm not sure what could cause the problem I am having, but my
> computer just reboots randomly. It isnt OS specific it will
> do it in Linux and Windows. It sometimes even reboots before
> it can even get to an OS to load. All my settings in BIOS are
> correct. The motherboard/processor is definitely not
> overheating. Here are the specs.
> Abit BX133-RAID Mobo
> 1 Ghz P III CPU
> 512 MB RAM
> 20.4 GB Maxtor Harddrive (Primary Master)
> DVD-ROM (Primary Slave)
> Realtek Ethernet 10/100 PCI
> SoundBlaster 64 ISA
> ATI All-in-Wonder Pro PCI
> Has anyone ever had any problems with any of these? Ive just
> been having hell with it lately. Because it keeps rebooting I
> decided to format it and try Linux as a desktop but it just
> up and reboots in the middle of install. :(
> - Leslie
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