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I just found out what was making my computer reboot after 1 min of use.It was my network card.
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ok... im curious how you determined that answer?? Its not impossable or anything i'm just wondering...

Also, is your NIC on the motherboard or a pci card??
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ok... im curious how you determined that answer?? Its not impossable or anything i'm just wondering...

Also, is your NIC on the motherboard or a pci card??
Ya, I want to know how you came to that conclusion.
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Marvell gigabit Lan.Built in job on that board.
    
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post #5 of 5
i'd like to know how you figured that as well.

but be sure to turn off "wake on lan" and all that stuff in the bios, that might be what's doing it
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