By Sommerset
Dec 13, 2009
  1. Hello I am new to this site, and as such am not used to the rules, and regs. So please try to overlook any transgressions on my part at the beginning. As I am sure that this is not the correct forum to post this, but I will learn as I go along.
  2. isaih

    isaih TS Rookie

    Hi I"m not sure how to start but as many new comers i'll probably will make mistakes as where to post what where, but I guess I'll learn as I go.
  3. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 14,524

    Hi Sommerset :wave:

    Welcome to [​IMG] :grinthumb

    Please read how to post a New Topic in this Guide

    Before posting please read all the Posting Guidelines

    To access technical support please go to the Forums

    It is customary to post your system specs in your Profile

    You can access many other online TechSpot guides Here

    Enjoy your Stay :)

    @isaih, You would be best to read how to post a New Topic (just for you ;)) in this >> Guide
  4. Sommerset

    Sommerset TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Hello people. Re computer rebooting it's self ( post of about 3 weeks ago ) It turns out that it was not a virus, or any other kind of malwear. What it turned out to be, after many, many hours of frutless effort and frustration, was a bad stick of ram, which only made it's self apparent under high load. A ram rest utility finaly found it for me. Many thanks to all those who tried to help.
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