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    Stupid shuttle keeps on rebooting

    When I'm running my Shuttle at STOCK speeds (mem is pc3200 running in sync with cpu, relaxed timings) it keeps on rebooting. It can do it when the computer is sat doing nothing, when I'm watching a DVD or playing a game. It also freezes when playing games. This is an XP2500 running at 333fsb which is stock. The temp is going about 44C so I doubt it can be that.

    Could it be that my 2 memory sticks just don't like each other?

    This is in an SN41G2 btw.

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    Just out of interest, are you using the onboard graphics?

    I have just got my shuttle and I'm having similar problems when using the onboard graphics. Currently I have my old Geforce 2 in there and it seems stable although I can't put the case sides on which is a bit of a pain.

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    Nah I'm using a Raddy 9700 pro graphics card and Terratec Aureon Space 7.1 soundcard.

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    Do a search someone had something similar to this the otherday, altho I maybe dreaming, its a common fault IIRC..

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    edit...

    I looked around this forum and others, it seems my problem is likely to be ram related so I'm going to get some corsair ram which hopefully will run correctly.
    Last edited by linear; 19-09-2003 at 07:26 PM.

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    I think I'm gonna try with just 1 stick and see if it makes a difference.

    BTW do the shuttles automatically use dual channel if you've got 2 sticks in?

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    Originally posted by Prodigy
    I think I'm gonna try with just 1 stick and see if it makes a difference.

    BTW do the shuttles automatically use dual channel if you've got 2 sticks in?
    Yeah they do.

    A little hint here, turn off automatic restarting in the advanced tab of the propterties of my computer (long winded). The next time it crashes, it's most likely to come up with a blue screen. It's more helpful than not knowing what the problem is.
    Acer Travelmate 8104WMLi
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    I'm pretty much 95% sure that the Shuttle doesn't like at least one of the sticks of ram

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    its normally the memory try swapping the modules over. ive seen a few unstable shuttles because of memory incompability
    look out for a page fault showing on the blue screen

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