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  1. #1
    Brain
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    Question autoreboot

    hiya i got this wierd problem on system.
    no and again it will autoreboot it self then it will ( not always ) run scandisk ( finds notting )
    it also will produce the wierdes VxD error's.
    i have a p3-500 on a chaintech ct-6btm motherbord,a v3-3000 agp and 128 ram.
    This problem will com on win 95 ( all versions ) win98 ( al versions ).
    Wen i look in to my config system the one thing i find is the i have a mem conflict between my v3 and my PCI brits.
    I try'd to reset the v3 but the it wont load in my monitor?
    If anybody has any idea PLZ e-mail me, i have this problem no for 4 months and im running outta idea's my self.
    At the moment im running 95a and the update's for my pci and usb from my M.Bord sepl.
    thank u for your time.
    B.

  2. #2
    kareltje
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    Cool

    here is no email but some advice,

    you have a PIII and a V3 with a conflict with your PCI devices/ports

    first check your bios "automatic reboot on error" must be off.
    (to get in the bios press the "del"-key)
    following check in the bios if the AGP-port is set right.
    i'm quite sure it has nothing to do with your PCI-devices/ports

    if this does not work, try a custom setup of the V3 it might be a problem with your chaintech motherboard, i heard more of these problems with that motherboard!

    groetjes (like they say in holland)

    Kareltje



  3. #3
    Battleship
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    Wink

    If that doesn't fix things up, random reboots can be caused by one of or a combination of the following:
    1) Power supply problem
    2) Memory problem
    3) Heat issues
    * Prob more but thats all thats coming to mind right now


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