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Wut is the latest modification u made ?
R u overclocked ur CPU, BUS ?
Did u get the error when booting up windows ?
FYI, I did overclocked my PCI BUS to use 75MH instead of standard (60 or 66 MH). My CPU is actually AMD K6-2 350MH.
The multiplier factor is 5x75=375 MH run ok for (some weeks).
I put a casing fun (normally I didn't have any on, just let the casing open) for the purpose.
The last modification I made was adjust the position of the casing so that the air circultin around the Casing is a little bit hindered, then I got such kind of error, both in slack9,9.1 & also in W2k. (This is just in case u do overclocking .. )
dual 233's runnin on a Tyan Thunder 2. they're not overclocked, PCI runs at 66MHz. I think i found the problem though, i paired 2 sticks of micron 64meg's woth 2 sticks of siemans, i took out the seimans and it seems to work fine now.