Originally Posted by name='FragTek'
Are you clocked up? If you're starting to have cpu/memory degredation from too much volts for too long you may have to kick it down a notch. All of those symptoms listed could be caused by an unstable overclock.
It would appear that your hard drive is definitely ready to kick the bucket. Have you run a SMART scan on it to see what the drives integrity looks like?
thats the problem.....!
its in stock form....it WAS running with a high clock, but not the same HDD.
i would understand the clock eatting bits and bobs away, but all these was using stock clock and volts plus a new HDD....well i say new, its from a old system....
i've now managed to get it down to...........
[first boot = no 1st HDD but 2nd HDD shows]
[second boot = 1st and 2nd HDD shows]
[third boot = no 1st HDD but 2nd HDD shows]
so every boot up i do, it goes missing, then comes back on the next.