I have a windows 7 machine that I essentially run like a server (as that's what the build was apparently designed for). Specs follow:
Page File: 2097MB used, 22472MB available
Now to warn all potential helpers in advance, I do get a message during POST and before the OS that mentions there is a memory mismatch, but I've always been able to run just fine by moving past the message and have simply been too lazy to take out all the RAM and find the problem.
Here is the event log from the unexpected shutdown:
0000: 000607DF 00010001 001B0008 033E0005
0008: 000607DF 00010001 001B000C 033E0005
0010: 00000960 0000003C 00000001 00000960
0018: 00000000 000004B0 00000001 00000000
When I inspected the machine this morning, it was simply recovering from an unexpected shutdown and had restarted (stopping of course at the memory mismatch). As I'm hoping to keep this server up fairly often, I'd like to know if this could be heat-related or if there is a specific problem I can tackle. Thanks in advance!