From: "Soren Vanggaard Jensen" <svanggaard at hotmail dot com>
> I've tried 3COM, Intel, DLink and realtek NICs. I've tried AMD and Intel
> CPUs. Ive tried with and without harddisk (I'm running the bootable CD
> version 1.2). I've I've disabled serial ports, PNP-OS, used old junkyard
> machines and brand new dell servers. .. you name it - i've tried it. The
> box still locks up once in a while. In my case the frequency of lockups is
> about 1 week now.
> There' s no P2P traffic. But i have noticed, that when the device locks
> up, usually theres one or more terminalservices sessions running/timing
Please tell me you also tried some different memory? :-) I have been
running 128 meg minimum for a while, but I have just decided to bump my
standard config to a 256 meg minimum. Too many things like memory. That
said, I have 7 systems in production at remote sites, and no lockups yet.
<knock on wood> Also, for the systems with "odd" stability issues, try the
boot disk at http://ubcd.sourceforge.net/ and run all the ram tests. Bad
memory is the most common hardware problem I find. (In all systems, not