Question about Dell Latitude C840 Notebook
Sounds like you've got a memory issue, sometimes when the computer is working with complex memory calculations the module dumps the data on the stack and poof reboot. Try a newer memory module? Also go into bios and see what options you have for memory processing, depending on age of laptop you might be able to disable the ALU in the CPU but it sounds like a memory issue.
ALso try reinstalling direct X, and even possibly windows itself.
Modem driver, consult mfg.
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
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