Question about Intel Motherboard
Anyone have a problem with Dell systems rebooting when trying to use Photoshop 6? I'm running a stock Optiplex GX150. Gene Cry "Havoc!" and let slip the dogs of war, That this foul deed shall smell above the earth dell gx150
I smell overheat , scanning for errors is a good idea , but I like to solve problems before they start
overheat is the reason computers start eating files.
recommended that you tripple check the heat sink for dirt and dust , along with the rest of the computer.
ellimination of dirt is step 1
step 2 is make sure you have adiquit ventalation and that the room temperature is 75 degrees or colder.
and a final step is to ditch that factory heat sink and get a real heat sink cooler assemboly.
ESPECIALY with pentium 4 , as they can easly creep up to 100 degrees
when the Pentium 4 reaches over 100 degrees the motherboards thermal protection may kick in
and shut down the intire computer.
you could dissable the thermal protection in the bios but thats not a good idea.
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
Try a error scan on disk sometimes files are not indexed to system files this may solve problem
Posted on Aug 16, 2008
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