LAST EDITED ON Jul-20-02 AT 04:17 PM (EDT)
I meight have a clue.
Since i had the exact same problem with a computer from a relative i had replaced almost everytihing in it.
Still no luck.
At the very last, i decided (How strange it will look) to replace the videocard, even that the card was showing absolutely no problems in Windows Itself.
It had a VOODOO-3 AGP and i replaced that for a VOODOO-4 AGP
The problem did never reoccour and the system is working fine now.
I sold the other parts and the new customer had absolutely no problems with it. (He used his own Videocard, i kept the offended one)
And guess what??
I placed the offended card in my machine and i got the exact same trouble.
I hope this wil help you out as it did my
( Am i a stupid.... Replaced the videocard in the first place...
Wouldn't coast me so much...
But, got someting back for the other components!)