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Windows XP Home Edition Sudden Shutdown

By andre.khodjamirian ·
I'v recently doubled the RAM memory on my desktop computer from 512 to 1024 and I experience sudden shutdowns. I can't make anything from the "reports" so I don't know where to start. Could it be an overheating problem?

Processor: AMD Duron 1600mhz (12x133), Motherboard: DFI AZ30-TC/TL (3PCI, 1AGP, 2DIMM, Audio, Video)
DirectX 4.0900.0904
Motherboard Chipset: VIA VT8375 ProSavageDDR KM266
Graphics Card: S3 Graphics ProSavage DDR 32 Mo
3D Accelerator: S3 ProSavage DDR

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Sudden Shutdown

by dmiles In reply to Windows XP Home Edition S ...

The increase in memory could be the cause,make sure the board support the upgrade
tehn you should check to insure theat memory is compatible with the board.
Switch out the memory to troubleshoot

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bios settings

by Naw-yi In reply to Windows XP Home Edition S ...

get into the bios and set to failsafe, or default setting. then when u see the windows splash screen hit f8, then us "last configuration that worked".

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Timing problem

by normhaga In reply to Windows XP Home Edition S ...

About 7 months ago, I had the same problem with an AMD chip set. The store I purchased the RAM from installed the wrong RAM. So, in conclusion remove your RAM and check to see that it is the same type.

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