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My only suggestion is that you may be drawing too much power:
can you try disconnecting CD-ROM drives, etc, and then powering the computer up again?
is the computer sharing a power strip with a printer or anything else that might draw large amounts of power?
how many watts is the chassis power supply rated for?
Posted on Mar 29, 2008
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get your drivers and specific software from the manufacturer of your
Laptop, Notebook or Desktop. They are usually free of charge.
If you were to log on to the
usually one is able to download if available, by model
If the driver is not
available, perhaps your manufacturer does not support the OS you are
This is the best way of ensuring up to
date drivers for your system and they are free of charge!
I hope this helps.
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