I am having a really bad issue with my main PC, I'm currently on my back up one. Anyway, I'll explain up things briefly but I might put up more details if I find someone who will help me.
Ok, my PC was working normally last night and I'll let you guys know that my PC is a very unstable one because it's not a brand PC, I built it myself. Now, here is all the information about my PC, I know it's not the greatest PC of all but I hope it helps if you can find what my problem is or could be.
CPU: AMD Ahtlon XP 3200+ 2.16GHz
CPU Heatsink: The one that came with the Processor.
HD: Seagate Barracuda 7200RPM 80GB
Motherboard: Biostar M7NCG 400 (400 FSB)
RAM: 2x (500KB) Kingston Memory sticks and 1x (500KB) Viking Memory stick. They are both PC 2700 (DDR 333).
Power Supply: 175 Watts Max (I really think I should upgrade this).
Video Chipset: NVidia N-Force
Well those are the main stuff, now onto my problem. You see I wanted to transfer my PC to a newer Case, I connected everything well and all, I only had some issues with connecting the Front Panel of the PC (Start Button, Restart Button, Power LED, HDD Led..etc.). It started up really slow compared to the old Case and after 30-40 seconds later the screen froze, I had to shut it down manually and then unplug the cable, after I tried to turn it on again, nothing appeared on screen, the monitor wasn't recieving any signal from the PC until I let it rest for a while and it worked again, I quickly entered the BIOS configuration but it also froze after that amount of time and it stayed there. Does anyone know what might be causing this problem? could it be the Motherboard? the clock batter it has? the processor? perhaps SED? Please if you have any ideas ANY please let me know, I really want my old PC back, this one is slower.