> > And yeah, typically 15-20 minutes. And when I say crash, I > mean the > > whole system powers down. Goes to a black screen, my monitor shuts > > down, etc... > > That is surely a heat problem.
Yeah, I know that's what it sounds like, but that ain't it. I finally got it figured out today. Apparently, SP2 reset my power-saving settings in my display properties, so it made my monitor power-down after 20 minutes. Man, do I feel foolish! But in my own defense, I've had heat-related crashes in the past, and that's the ONLY time my monitor ever goes into power-down mode, cuz I long ago set it to never do that. It WAS kinda puzzling that my monitor would go into power-down mode, yet my PC's power light would stay on. Usually during a heat-related crash, it'd just reboot. This time, it just sat there with a black monitor. It struck me as odd, but the screensaver thing didn't occur to me right away. Though I appreciate your efforts to help me. Thanks. I may have to quit running it anyway. It's starting to seem to me that running a node is a little bigger commitment than your typical P2P client, and that it's really more appropriate for running on it's own machine. I don't know that it'll be practical to keep it up and running 24/7 on my desktop system, as it is now. But we'll see. I'll leave it running overnight tonight and see how things go. I did some research today, and did some tweaking to my freenet.ini to try to get things working a little better. Time will tell. Anyway, thanks again. Don _______________________________________________ Support mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://news.gmane.org/gmane.network.freenet.support Unsubscribe at http://dodo.freenetproject.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/support Or mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]