Originally Posted by gilboa
C. If Saulzar is indeed correct, then we are talking about what-seems-to-be a timing problem; Turning off the AGP just reduces the chances of something blowing up, but does not eliminate it. (Which should explain the PCI-E devices failing like their AGP counterparts)
If it's somehow timing related, this can explain why most of my computers run noramally
within couple of days and few of them "freeze" in couple of hours( With same software
but different CPUs/Main boards).
So "Timing" does hide bugs and I guess the logic flow of the driver is not logical flawless.
In my experience, this kind of bug is really hard to nail down.
Hope I am wrong.