I just helped my girlfriend part together her first computer. She acquired, for free, used keyboard, monitor, floppy, and CD-rom drives, and new, she got a case, cpu, motherboard, hard drive, and memory. Here's the list of stuff. She was on a very tight budget so it's older stuff... -Athon XP 2000+ -PC Chips M811LU mainboard with VIA KT266A chipset -Generic PC2700 memory, 256MB (I ended up buying the wrong memory for her - I somehow thought she was getting a motherboard that supported DDR333 - her board only supports DDR266) -Windows XP The problem is that the system will shut down fine, it just won't reboot. It ends up hanging, case fans and all are still on, power LED is on, no HDD activity, just haning there. The reset button will make it reboot at that point. This happens either if you tell it to reboot in windows, or even if you save a change to the CMOS setup and save and exit. Any ideas on how to fix it?