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June 11, 2003 11:30:17 PM

its me again with the same problem...ok my comp has been shutting down for no reason...and it'd take forever to power up again...so i assume something has been short circuit...here wat i found in the hardware monitor in the bios...my mb is cusl2-c bios rev. 1.006

Vcore Voltage <font color=red> 1.80V </font color=red>
+3.3V Voltage <font color=red> 3.61V </font color=red>
+5V Voltage 5.18V
+12V Voltage <font color=red> 13.12V </font color=red>
-12V Voltage -12.46V
-5V Voltage -5.56V

the red numbers means that there is something wrong i assume...cuz its also red in the bios...so please put forth ur opinions...thanks guys

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June 12, 2003 3:04:21 AM

*bump*

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June 12, 2003 4:14:40 AM

Those voltages are nearly IDEAL for stability, you might have a dusty fan or something causing it to overheat.

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June 13, 2003 12:27:05 AM

thanks for the tips!

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June 13, 2003 3:57:26 AM

I had a volcano 7+ that gave me problems by clogging up with crap, took two ov use two day too pin-point that one.

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