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« on: October 28, 2003, 03:11:16 AM »

PLEASE SUPPLY RELEVANT INFORMATION:
Operating System Version:Win98SE and  XP Pro+sp1
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Problem Hardware Make & Model:Gigabyte GA-7VA-C M/b Athlon 2000+xp CPU
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Hi
I hope you may be able to help, a friends computer is reseting randomly, either on start up or when trying to execute a program. The system is running Win98Se and XP Pro+sp1, I have reloaded both operating systems and drivers for the motherboard, I have also reloaded all the original software, done registery checks and basic diags that I can and have been unable to find the problem. The system is only 4mths old, the config is Gigabyte GA-7VA-C M/b, Athlon 2000Xp+ CPU, 512mb ram, 80Gb Hdd, 64Mb Geforce video card, 16x Dvd player and a 52x32x52 CDRW.
I have been thinking that the operating systems may be the problem and hoping it is not hardware related.
Any Ideas?

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« Reply #1 on: October 28, 2003, 02:47:12 PM »

Hi,

Usually system shutdown/reboots (on their own) is caused by overheating, a bad driver or a hardware problem.

Read this post and let me know the outcome.
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