mad computer

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  1. Harper

    Harper Guest

    I got a new PSU (480watt) and 512 extra ddr ram (3200) and my pc is mad, it
    sometimes loads then it'll just crash at a random point, or I'll try to play
    game and it'll die all of a sudden like someone's ripped the gfx card out or
    something (also added a new radeon 9600 256mb, but the crash issues started
    with the ram/psu.
    I've tried many combinations, original 512ram it'd crash, original PSU,
    seemed better but it started again, so now I've thrown all my new stuff in
    and reset the BIOS, by me writing this it means I'm alright so far but it'll
    probably crash randomly again. Also sometimes on loading my keyboard/mouse
    won't work which is also bizarre, by the way all the hardware is brand new
    and I've bought from the same people before, so if anyone has more
    tips/opinions please give them!
    thanks
    Michael
    Harper, Oct 9, 2004
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  2. Harper

    Joe Guest


    > I've tried many combinations, original 512ram it'd crash,
    > Michael


    It won't run with new and old ram, won't run with just new ram, runs fine
    with only old ram. It seems you have found the problem. What am I missing.

    Joe
    Joe, Oct 9, 2004
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  3. Harper

    HF Guest

    If it aint broke then it dont need fixing is a good tip.
    "Harper" <> wrote in message
    news:4167f4e2$0$8501$...
    > I got a new PSU (480watt) and 512 extra ddr ram (3200) and my pc is mad,

    it
    > sometimes loads then it'll just crash at a random point, or I'll try to

    play
    > game and it'll die all of a sudden like someone's ripped the gfx card out

    or
    > something (also added a new radeon 9600 256mb, but the crash issues

    started
    > with the ram/psu.
    > I've tried many combinations, original 512ram it'd crash, original PSU,
    > seemed better but it started again, so now I've thrown all my new stuff in
    > and reset the BIOS, by me writing this it means I'm alright so far but

    it'll
    > probably crash randomly again. Also sometimes on loading my keyboard/mouse
    > won't work which is also bizarre, by the way all the hardware is brand new
    > and I've bought from the same people before, so if anyone has more
    > tips/opinions please give them!
    > thanks
    > Michael
    >
    >



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  4. Harper

    WebWalker Guest

    What is your CPU temperature?

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    WebWalker
    WebWalker, Oct 11, 2004
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