I've had occasional reboots before (used for less than 1 year) but this has to be a BIOS fault? A: If there is one around, you just want to shoot it! We know many of our readers were waiting on this situation to end before buying a $392 board and we don't blame you. At least not until one or both take full responsibility for these obvious hardware failures. click site
I played along for a minute. Any advice would be appreciated, thanks! I had this resolved by my Brother-in-law placing in a new drive and back-up drive. LOL. Homepage
We also learned that the earlier single rail power supplies did not have OCP enabled by default. Say goodbye to the MS-DOS command prompt It had a good 36-year run, but its day is done.