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ElitegroupP4M800pro, chrashes I just installed A new motherboard and processor. Did all the installs and re-installs and everything seems to work just fine with one exception......Deepending on what I run it will restart my system, not on everything just certain games apps etc. I checked the core temp as I have a laser and I checked on the computer thru everest and it is running cool. So what is the deal here?

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    John Pette Jun 04, 2007

    thank you all......I had a suspiscion it was the ram....

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Sounds like a memory or pageing file problem. are you sure the memory is compatible? re-check both the speed and the capacity (bytes) requirements. if ok, then ensure that windows is controlling the virtual memory without any user-defined settings. also, ensure your power supply has enough headroom. add up all the watts needed and then nearly double that sum to get to power supply. example: 200 watts needed, use 400 watt supply

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You need to check your RAM settings or replace the RAM Good luck

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