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Computer Keeps Rebooting !!

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by faiz, Sep 19, 2004.

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  1. faiz

    faiz Thread Starter

    Nov 20, 2001
    Greetings !

    All the problems started with the new graphics card fx 5700, the card was bad and i got a replacement. Triple6 had helped me with the diagnosis.
    Now I can't seem to get my second card working (random reboots and driver errors, errors on nvidia drivers

    Finally I took out my card and put back the old mx 440 and formatted the drive, did a fresh install of xp and sp 1.
    Still I get random reboots. Many a times the computer will reboot before
    loadong windows.
    I ran memtest all night no errors. Took out my ethernet card still the same problem.

    Just a thought , is it possible that the fx5700 had damaged the agp port, is there a way I can check my agp port?
    Apart from the 4in1 Via is there any further agp setting for via boards that I can use ?

    please give me a solution to this problem I don't want to go buy a new mb.

    My config
    xp pro
    amd 1.8
    dfi ad 73 pro
    ram 256 x 2
    80 gb
    gforce mx440
    sb live , firewire, tv tuner, ethernet.

  2. Tumbleweed36


    Feb 13, 2004

    What kind of power supply are you using (wattage and brand name)?
    This information might help us to know what is going on in your computer.
  3. lordspif


    Sep 20, 2004
    I had the same problem with a new mother board I bought a few months back. I ran all the diagnostics and everything. What finally tipped me off was when I put a pci video card into my system and eveything worked great. No lock-ups, driver errors or anything. If it's the same problem I had then yes, you will probably need to get a new mother board.
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