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  1. #11
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    You would at least want a good 250watt PSU or even as far as 300w. :smokin:

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    Ok thx Wiggo - I guess I'll have to try finding a new PSU that'll fit my equipment. It will definately be a 300W.

    I have now also plucked out my ISDN card (limiting my IRQ's), and I'll see if that contributes to the problem solving.
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    yeh, get a new PSU, my comp has that problem when i plug in a secong HD, the PSU(230) just cant cope, will have to get a new PSU someday......

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    Well, well Shepps - thx for adding in!

    I'm ordering my new PSU next week - it will be a 300 - 350W.
    This time I'll take no chances, lol...
    Crusader

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    Well, guess what!

    Two things made this problem; I swapped my 235W PSU with a 340W PSU. That helped some - but still my comp. was a bit unstable. Then suddenly when I was playing a game of DeltaForce2 my keyboard started to behave strange - until it just went dead.
    The main problem was due to a fault in my keyboard (Logitech Cordless Desktop Pro).

    Man - I searced and I digged (took me 2 months!!!!!) to find out what was the problem with this machine - and it turns out to be my keyboard. Who thinks of that first..................?
    Geez!
    Crusader

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    What?

    That's pretty good detective work there Rayline.
    I mean, you have sticky keys now and then, but how often does a keyboard actually fail? Way to stick to it, I bet you were ripping out hair by the time you figured that out - huh?:laugh:
    The reason a diamond shines so brightly is because it has many facets which reflect light.

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    Hi C!

    Man, I grew old during this detectivework, lol.....
    Crusader

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    Was the keyboard really dead, or just low battery?

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    Well, of course it was dead - otherwise I would just have changed batteries.................. - and that wouldn't be much to write about in this forum..............
    Crusader

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