Ok, so I did it, and I did see a few things. First let me go back a bit and say, ever since I built this machine I have had nothing but issues. I had posted a while back about frequent random shutdowns, that I could not find a cause for, and is still an issue. Let me give you a complete breakdown of whats in this thing.
ASRock A780GXH/128M Motherboard - ALL DRIVERS UP TO DATE
WD 640GB HDD
4GB Kingston HyperX DDR2 1066
EVGA 9800 GTX+ - DRIVERS UP TO DATE
AMD Phenom 9600 Agena AM2+
Rosewill RX750-D-B 750W
GeForce 8400 GS - SAME DRIVERS AS 9800
Vista x64 Ultimate
Photoshop CS4 x 64
Those are the most frequently used installed software.
Now, I will say I have quite a bit of experience in building PC's, but, i am curious since this is the first one that has 2 video cards. The boss wanted more than 2 screens, so I did the looking and chose 2 that would run the same exact drivers, so i don't think there is a conflict there. Also, I am confident that 1066 RAM is fine with this CPU configuration.
As far as the restarts are concerned, whenever it happens, the event viewer shows a "Kernel-Process-Power" error. Did a google search, came up with nothing too useful.
Back to the issue at hand. Here are some shots of the screens that came up in the process of gathering the network information. I did see some differences, but not entirely sure what they mean.
This last one shows up every time I open the network and sharing window. If this is hardware, this will be a major pain, if it's Vista then I will just deal until Windows 7 comes.
Edited by Soloratov, 27 May 2009 - 10:09 AM.