I know people go at great lengths to keep their PC cool, but can a PC be too cold?
Often, I come home from work and the heating has only just come on, having been off all day. Living in Scotland, and being Winter, the house can get very chilly in the day (around 10 degrees C perhaps).
I find that starting the PC when I get in, it often 'freezes' (no pun intended) at the windows XP loading screen... the one with the horizontal moving bar and windows logo, on black background.
So I'm forced to restart, and it does it again once or twice, and then works fine.
Occasionally it freezes at the user login screen, where you select which user to log in as.
To sum up this essay: can these crashes be temperature related? Hard disk, mobo, RAM too cold?