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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    Hey FiReBLaZR have you checked for any reports to go along with these resets in the Event Viewer? :?:
    <center>:cheers:</center>
    Well i just did a clean install of XP Pro so when i get a reboot i will check...thanks...

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    Could it be a Motherboard Problem...

    I put my old 300 watt in and the same readings came out...the exact same ones...and the new Antec PSU is a 480watt...and i dont think i can RMA it cause i lost the box...and before i buy a new psu...if its a mobo problem...i could just change the motherboard...

    These are my specs
    Abit KR7A-133R
    AMD Tbird 1333Mhz
    768Mb DDR-SDRAM (PC2700 @ PC2100 Speed)
    30gig 5400rpm WD HDD
    80gig 7200rpm WD HDD
    Aopen 52x CD-Rom
    TDK 24x10x40x
    Floppy Drive
    Geforce 4 ti4400
    VIA USB 2.0 PCI Card
    SB Live Sound Card
    Netgear NIC Card
    LIAN LI PC70 Case with 2 fans in front 2 fans in back and 1 120mm fan on top
    Thermaltake Temp Sensor Fan for CPU
    Round IDE Cables
    2 Neon Lights connected to one black box (it came as a dual light setup)
    2 17" Monitors

    Check out my specs and tell me what ya think...thanks
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    It's very possible that it's the mobo as getting those same results with both I'd bet that the mobo has a short somewhere or the voltage regulation is cactus. :smokin:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    It's very possible that it's the mobo as getting those same results with both I'd bet that the mobo has a short somewhere or the voltage regulation is cactus. :smokin:
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    Thank you soo much man...i dont think i have the money for another psu...thanks alot man...i will check some how with another motherboard...but it could definatly be a possibility...and also a new motherboard would kick ass...lol

    Thanks wiggo...you da man...

    And i just wanted to say that i wish my best to all the families in Australia after what happend in Bali...and i hope no one in this forum lost anyone...as a citizen from Israel i feel for the families and victems of this horrible attack against freedom...i wont get into who the enemy was but it is clear who is threatening the worlds freedom...well freedome in most countries let me be real about it...anywayz...all my best wishes to the families.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    It's very possible that it's the mobo as getting those same results with both I'd bet that the mobo has a short somewhere or the voltage regulation is cactus. :smokin:
    <center>:cheers:</center>

    http://www.directron.com/tester1.html

    Would this help me figure out if the PSU is ok..and does it read negative volts and could it tell me if my Motherboard could be the problem if the light turns green...this question is for everyone also...post if you have this accessory...thanks

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    I get the Exact Same problem..
    Intel Pentium III 1GHz
    The pSU is a 250 watt though.. IS that the prob?
    Seems reasonable.. my p2 333 has a 250 watt one.
    Brandon Cook
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    (OC'ed to the max 432,723)
    (default 270,400)
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    Quote Originally Posted by [size=6
    FiReBLaZR[/size]]
    http://www.directron.com/tester1.html

    Would this help me figure out if the PSU is ok..and does it read negative volts and could it tell me if my Motherboard could be the problem if the light turns green...this question is for everyone also...post if you have this accessory...thanks

    FiReBLaZR
    I've heard some good reports on these but I havn't seen them here though so I can't say so I'll stick with my multimeter atm. :)
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    I have an Antec-branded tester just like that one in my field service case. It is a good general tester, but rather limited. It will tell whether a psu is "dead or alive", but that's about it. It won't help with any more detailed trouleshooting.

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    Will any one help me with my pob? Random Restarts and Random Lock ups. Nothing is Oced in that machine..
    I under clocked the ram at 100mhz.. it ran a bit smoother for about a minute longer
    Brandon Cook
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    (OC'ed to the max 432,723)
    (default 270,400)
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    I'd say it was your power supply. You are probably pulling a lot of power. Are those SCSI drives 7200rpm Quantums? They used to get pretty warm with all of the power they drew. The rig probably had 32 or 64mb ram to start with. You've added a video card that pulls more power than was originally allocated for. BTW, you say that nothing in the box is oc'ed, but list your vid card as oc'ed to the max. ???

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