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Problem with crash and reboot

My system seems to be ok All startup is ok But After a while my system crash and reboot. I check my memory and no problem were found I just get a message that hardware problem have been detected and I should contact manufacturer company. I sent an email but no news ... I just found that my computes is more stable with less memory. So I use it will only 500M of ram instead of 1G. Any way it always crash and restart after 30mn. I wonder if I can troubleshooting my motherboard Thanks Config: CPU: Pentium 4 3G Memory: 1G Harddisk : 500G x2 Internal graphic chip set

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  • Bertrand PIGEARD Jul 13, 2007


    I solve the probleme with a vacum cleaner and unplug plug the memory.
    After a good memory test (without any hardware trouble).
    My computer is now running well.
    70h without any crash and reboot.




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What operating system are you using? Do you have adequate cooling in the case? It's possible it is over heating.

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