Originally Posted by eclipseaudio4
ok so what all is going on I cant remember.
BTW I dont agree with the review in your sig about 5770 Xfire....
Heh heh can't shoot the messenger for spreadin the message. Many 5770 owners would agree with it.
The problem is this instability issue. Apparently it may be a circuit issue in the wiring. But it never happens consistently enough to nail it down. The thing is I'm on the same line as another system is and when both systems are running they don't undercut each other for power. That might be due to the other system being on the UPS and this one not. So I can't say for sure there.
But I was on the client system and besides the ATidvag BSoD issue I noticed some of the instability that I been having on this one affect the cursor while typing in OCN. Which has me a bit concerned about the wiring in this place. It was built in the 80's so it shouldn't have this kind of issue. Though the wiring although up to Code(of that period) could be substandard.
Well anyway, I've moved the sig off the plug it was on in the Surge Protector(had it plugged into a Transformer outlet
) to see if that would clear it up some more. But I'm not convinced that it's not the wiring now. In fact while I was typing this out the cursor was flashing and now it's not doing it at all.