Question about EliteGroup K7SEM Motherboard
The symptom you're describing my be a classic Gigabyte response to bad
memory. First of all, go into bios, make sure your RAM
voltage and timings are set correctly. If they are correct, you likely
have a bad stick of RAM. Remove one stick, test the system, if the
problem persists, swap sticks and try again
also try this if it continues Right click My Computer click Properties -> Advanced -> Startup and Recovery. Uncheck Automatically restart. It should give you a blue screen that may give you some indication as to the cause.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
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