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chinofeliz

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Merry Christmas everyone!

(Fenor I hope you're having a good one and I'd be lucky if ur reading this again :tazz:

I had this random reboots problem a while back caused by automatic updates, that I overcame. Here's a new one and I've been recording the times the computer reboots itself and I went into "Administrative Tools" under "Control Panel" and checked out "Event Viewer". Attached is the captured image of the property of whatever-it-is when random reboots occured.

Happy Holiday everyone

Cheers
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peterm

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Have you added any scsi devices latley?

Edited by peterm, 26 December 2005 - 01:15 AM.

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Plz don't call me ignorant but - what is that? No I've certainly not put on any hardware lately that I'm sure. Thanx
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