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    Crashing Problems

    Following on from my other thread, I recived my new RMA'd Radeon 9600XT 256mb today and stuck it in my Shuttle SN45G, Low and behold, EXACTLY the same problem. Crashes under 3DMark, LO:MAC and PlanetSide, it dosent seem to crash in SoF2 tho. Anyone have any idea's before i sell the Shuttle and move back onto a desktop PC? As ive had it with SFF systems Any help appriciated guys, thanks!

    Cr4iG

    PS. My system spec is in my sig, i have also tried changing RAM modules

    PPS. My system ran fine with a Club GeForce4 Ti4600 128mb in it also.

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    Hum.... Latest drivers? (Chipset, gfx etc)
    Tried running with case open to narrow suspicion for it being a heating problem?

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    Updated EVERYTHING, nForce Drivers, Even used the latest Catalysts (3.10, same problem in 3.07, 3.09's) And its definatly not an overheating problem as i ran 3DMark with my case beside the window a few weeks back (it was -3 outside) and still the same happend! Its after a random duraiton, sometimes it will happen on the nature test, or the cpu test in 3DMark03

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    Right then, ive reformatted my PC and the same thing happens. Shuttle up for sale and buying a proper PC. Ive given up with SFF systems.

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