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PostPosted: Mon Oct 08, 2012 10:29 am 
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Not a thinkpad question but here goes. My friend is setting up a CNC Bridgeport milling machine that is controlled by a Dell running Xp at SP3. The compute and Bridgeport operate normally and every now and then it locks up, when looking at CPU usage it has spiked from the 50-60 usage range to 100% and stays there. At the same time the X, Y and Z axis zeros change to other values. When the computer is rebooted it takes 8-10 minutes to get up and running again. What do you guys think, computer, s/w, cpu, ram?

burns


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2012 1:38 pm 
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burns334 wrote:
Not a thinkpad question but here goes. My friend is setting up a CNC Bridgeport milling machine that is controlled by a Dell running Xp at SP3. The compute and Bridgeport operate normally and every now and then it locks up, when looking at CPU usage it has spiked from the 50-60 usage range to 100% and stays there. At the same time the X, Y and Z axis zeros change to other values. When the computer is rebooted it takes 8-10 minutes to get up and running again. What do you guys think, computer, s/w, cpu, ram?

burns


Swapped out the motherboard and everything seems to be a go


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