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« on: January 26, 2004, 08:33:00 PM »

Operating System Version: Windows XP
Problem Application Name & Version: Windows XP
Problem Hardware Make & Model: Athlon 1400MHZ,512MB Ram (SDRAM133)Gigabyte GA7ZXR rev3.0 motherboard
Error Messages:


I have a really strange problem which has kept me awake a few nights already. When ever I play music i.e. mp3 files or play a video. Windows XP just stops and goes to black screen. The monitor does not go to standby mode. But my PC just seems to go dead. I thought at first was sound card/video problem. But I have REMOVED all of cards from my pc. I have tried a different video card and a different sound card. I have reinstalled Windows XP. I have flashed the BIOS. I feel like I have tried eveything. My systems works fine as long as I don't listen or watch videos. I don't know what else to do. I am thinking that it might actaully be my motherboard. I have reseated my RAM. Which caused my system to act strange.Had problems getting it to reboot again.

Please ANY help WOULD GREATLY appreciated.



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