may be its just a faulty SMPS.
On Mon, 5 Jul 2004 21:43:36 +0530, Sridhar R <sridharinfinity@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Mon, 05 Jul 2004 12:13:31 +0530, Praveen <praveen@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Check for faulty RAM module. memtest86 may help in this regard.
I tried memtest86. I ran it for about 1/2 hr without having any
clue on when it would finish. So I canceled the test.
One more reason could be processor overheating. Check your processor fan
and keep an eye on your processor's temperature (may be you can look
into the BIOS for PC health status) while the system reboots.
PC health status. My BIOS doesn't have anything like that.
Sridhar - http://www.cs.annauniv.edu/~rsridhar
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