You might also check the cpu temperature during the compile. Using a
my cpu cooler was getting quite hot to the touch during the make and would
with signal 10 or signal 11. I finally took to cover off the case and set up
box fan to force additional air into the case.
Heh... It's a amazing what a 19-inch Patton steel-bladed air circulator can do
for a hard working 486/DX4/100. *snicker* Not a bit of dust on the cards.
:-) Okay.. maybe that's overkill and I did have to make sure the PC didn't get
blown over... but you gotta use what you've got! lol.
Becareful, you may have eliminated your heat problem, but you have now
created an excelent static electricity generator. High volumes of air
moving over just about anything will build static at an alarming rate!
Rod Grimes - KD7CAX @ CN85sl - (RWG25) rgri...@gndrsh.dnsmgr.net
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