[win2kforum] Re: (no subject)

I'd say the next step is to investigate whether it's a heat problem. I'd
suggest visiting the CMOS and setting the CPU to a lower speed and see
if your lock ups become a little less frequent. If it gets better,
you'll need to look at cleaning up the airflow in the case with round
cables, more or faster fans or settling for a lower CPU speed.

And of course if there is no change, it will be time to look in another
direction for the source of the problem.

Greg Chapman
http://www.mousetrax.com 
"Counting in binary is as easy as 01, 10, 11!
With thinking this clear, is coding really a good idea?"


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> From: win2kforum-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
> [mailto:win2kforum-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of FREDINA SMITH
> Sent: Sunday, September 01, 2002 8:35 PM
> To: win2kforum@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [win2kforum] Re: (no subject)
> 
> 
> 
> ok i've updated my video driver (n4_mini.sys if the nvidia 
> driver file) and 
> it still crashes...pfn_list_corrupt! MS web doesnt really 
> tell my a remedy, 
> tech support says it's bad ram. i have 2 512 pc2700 sticks. i 
> tested them 
> (with burn in test software http://www.passmark.com/sales/index.php ) 
> individually and they both pass together they both pass i 
> rotated them from 
> slot to slot and i was only able to get them to fail once. 
> the stick i 
> thought was bad passed indivdually. what does this mean? i 
> cant get them to 
> fail again. is it the MB? does the burn in not test ALL of 
> the ram? if i let 
> this go and boom it crashes agagin knowing my luck my 
> warrenty eetc. will 
> run out. 1 yr onsite 3 yrs off. new pc from 
> www.cyberpowerpc.com any feed 
> back or history of the company would be appreciated.TIA
> 
> 
> >From: "FREDINA SMITH" <tenaciously3d@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> >Reply-To: win2kforum@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> >To: win2kforum@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> >Subject: (no subject)
> >Date: Wed, 28 Aug 2002 21:10:06 -0700
> >
> >
> >I have just bought a computer:
> >win2k sp3
> >gig ram pc2700
> >150 gig hd 7200 rpm 133
> >athlon xp 2200+ cpu
> >asusu mb kt333
> >geforce 4600ti 128 mb graphics card
> >dvd drive
> >plextor cdrw
> >network car
> >modem
> >crative labs audiology 5.1 sound
> >spaceball 4000flx
> >microsoft intellipoint 4 for explorer 3.0a mouse
> >viewsonic e90fb monitor
> >
> >will give more info if asked
> >
> >anyway i will be working in a CAD software or photo software or one 
> >time only ctl+copying a shortcut to my desktop and for no 
> reason i get 
> >this, among others,  blue screen of death: go here to see image 
> >http://bluscreenodeath.tripod.com
> >
> >i was looking for ram check software or someone to decode the stop 
> >address code or what ever the hell it is. please help me i will give 
> >any specific info about bios etc. if asked TIA
> >
> >
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