On Wed, 18 Sep 2002, Martin Blapp wrote:
> > One thing you didn't mention was trying a different power supply. A
> > marginal power supply can cause strange errors. Increasing your memory
> > size from 512 MB to 1 GB might add just enough load to the supply to
> > push it over the edge ...
> Yes. I've replaced the power supply. But only once. And it did not make
> the problem go away.
> And I've even done more. I've disabled all unneeded devices, at the
> moment only one cdrom and three disks are connected.
Replacing the power supply would only help if the Total Controlled
Output had enough current, this is the +3.3V and +5V added together.
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