Computer freezes a lot while compiling, if I have xscreensaver running, etc
I had this problem before on a different hard drive, but I was planning on getting a new hard drive with a fresh install anyhow, so I let it slide. But now here I am on a fresh 250GB HDD with Slackware 10.0 installed, and it's still doing it. If I try to compile anything (MPlayer, for example), it will go for a little while and then freeze, forcing reboot. On my old hard drive I was using it had ext2, but now I am using reiserfs. With reiserfs it doesn't really seem to do a hard drive scan, but with ext2 it would find bad block/inode sizes, correct them, and then when it froze the next time there would be more. It also happens if I try to download a large file, or if I am running xscreensaver (I say this because it would freeze everynight, but last night I killed xscreensaver and it didn't crash overnight). This is all I can think of right now, but if you need to know anymore just ask.
Any ideas? This can get quite annoying.