I\'ve just put together a new system (specs below). Everything works great except that after Gigastudio 160 is installed, the computer resets without warning everytime the modem connects with a server!
No, I\'m not crazy (yet). Before Gigastudio installation, everything works fine. After installation, the modem dials up, my password gets validated, then BOOM, the machine reboots. Every single time.
I uninstalled Gigastudio, and the problem disappeared.
I hope there\'s a solution to this other than a separate computer for GS160.
Here\'s my specs. (BTW, I had everything working fine on a dual processor AMD setup which unfortunately fried itself.)
*Asus P4B533 motherboard
*Pentium 4 2.26b CPU
*256 MB PC2100 DDR RAM
*2 Seagate ST380021a HD’s (IDE, 80 GB ATA100)
*Seagate ST32550N HD (SCSI, 2 GB)
*Plextor PX40TS SCSI CDROM
*Sparkle Invidia GeForce 3 Ti 200 video card
*Yamaha CRW2100E IDE CD writer
*Adaptec 2940 PCI SCSI adapter
*OHCI Compliant Firewire card
*Delta 1010 sound card
*UMAX S-12 SCSI scanner
*Seagate Tapestor USB tape drive
I might end up dual-booting. Maybe I\'m stubborn, but I\'d like to avoid it. I\'m using a bunch of Sonic Foundry stuff that has to be registered online every time I re-install, so not having an Internet connection on my DAW will be a pain.
I\'m going to try using APCI instead of Standard PC configuration. After that, maybe a USB modem.
(I should have mentioned, my modem is on COM2, standard address and IRQ.)
It turns out that when both GS160 AND Norton Antivirus 2002 are running on my system, I get a reboot upon modem connection. The answer is to ascribe NAV2002 to the ashbin of history. It\'s a pity; NAV2000 was a great product.