Question about Biostar M7VIT 800 (M7VIT8A02) Motherboard
This sounds like it could be a heat issue. When you're in windows, you're using the processor more than if it just sits idle in BIOS. Using your cpu creates more heat. Make sure there is no dust in the fan or the heatsink on the cpu. Also, remove the heatsink and clean the old thermal grease compound off the heatsink and cpu and reapply fresh thermal grease.
Posted on Jun 27, 2008
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