I think I have sorted the problem out.
I think it is definatly the PSU being fawlty
Maybe the computer isnt getting enough power to run Adobe Premiere rendering when all my lights are plugged in?
I took all the lights off and wallah it is almost finished rendering my wedding video.
Could the errors I have been getting be related to the PSU?
Also how can i fix Nvidia Boot agent? it wont boot off the harddrive unless I go into the boot screen and select which Harddrive to boot off of.
I think it is Nvidia Boot agent DCHP?? looks like it is trying to boot from the Network.
I have ordered an ANTEC SP500 PSU so hopfully that fixes the problem, I have updated all my drivers and still the problem persists with the lights on.
- Raidmax tornado Gaming Case
- Corsair 4GB (2x XMS3 2GB) PC-12800 (1600MHz) XMP DDR3
- Sapphire Radeon 5850
- AMD Phenom II X4 965 3.4ghz
- Asus MS226H 21.5"Wide Full HD Monitor
- Logitech G9x gaming mouse
-GA-MA785GMT-UD2H Socket AM3 - AMD 785G/SB710, 4xDDR3-1800OC, ATI HD4200, mATX
- Seagate 1.5TB HD
- Windows 7 Ultimate