Hi,\n\nI recently built a new PC with the following hardware:\n\nABIT NF7, rev. 2\nAMD Athlon XP 2800\n2x256mb Crucial PC2700 ram\nMSI GeForce FX 5600, 128mb ram\nSBLive! soundcard\non-board NIC\nWD "Special Edition" 80GB HDD\nSONY DVD drive\nAOPEN CD Burner\n350W PSU, brand name ="Max"\n\nWin98 SE\nDebian Linux\n\n\nIn both Windows and Linux, the system constantly will lock up.\nWhen this happens, I can still see whatever was on the screen, but no input\nfrom the keyboard or mouse is accepted, and any sound playing loops over\nand over like a broken record. Only way I can reboot is by reset button.\n\nThe problem doesn't seem isolated to games, as it seems to occur randomly.\nFor example, I could be playing Ghost Recon for an hour just fine, but then\nwhen I exit out to do something else, and then restart the game, the system\nhangs. It has also crashed sometimes just on a fresh boot up.\n\nDoes this sound like an issue of not having a big enough power supply? The\ndealer I got it from says it's reliable, but maybe it doesn't have enough\nwattage?\n\nI've checked the CPU temp immediately after one of these crashes in the\nBIOS, and it doesn't seem too high. Or maybe it spikes somehow?\n\nI have updated my BIOS, and have recent drivers loaded.\n\nThanks for your help!