XP restarting at will

  snotgoblingit 18:46 14 Apr 03
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Of late my system has been restarting itself at will sometimes I catch a glimpse of a BSOD but it is never there long enough for me to read it.

Nothing seems to be soley responsible for the restarts as it will happen at any time with any progs running.

This is a relatively new install of XP after a reformat.

My system consists of:

[email protected] x 10.5 @ 1.66v
temps CPU 41c 100% load CPU 36c Idle System temp 24c
256MB Twinmos PC2700
MSI Ti4400-VTD
120GB IBM HD
Liteon CD ROM
Liteon CD-RW
Antec SmartBlue 350w PSU 1 month old
PSU Voltages=
VIN 3.3v= 3.23v
VIN 12v = 12.27v
VIN 5v = 4.93v

I`ve no idea what could be causing the problem as up until two days ago everything was fine.

Any idea what could be causing XP to reboot itself?

Any other info needed let me know.

Thanks in advance

  Gaz 25 19:04 14 Apr 03

If safe mode works then it is due to some hardware or even could be software.

AVG when I uninstalled did this to me.

  crx16 19:06 14 Apr 03

i think XP restarts instead of the BSOD,you can switch this off,somehow? im in winME sorry.

  crx16 19:09 14 Apr 03

(automatic restart - control panel>system>advanced>startup+recovery>system failure) from this huge thread click here

  Rayuk 19:23 14 Apr 03

Have you tried setting your fsb to normal see if it still happens.

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