Happy New Year everyone! I decided to take the plunge and build my own system. I've been an Apple user for about 12 years and while I'm not moving to the PC fulltime, I've certainly got my foot in the door. Building the PC has been a very interesting experience. I've seen some crap components and some badly designed cases and it's also made me appreciate, on a technical level, the craftsmanship of my Mac Pro. Anyway, the build went well - no serious problems, just a few hiccups with missings cables and the odd missing manual when my components were delivered. The system I've built - Gigabyte DS3P mobo, 4GB RAM, 3GHZ Core 2 Duo, 500GB WD HD, 425 Hiper PSU and a few others bits - runs well. The only thing it doesn't do is restart! Whenever Windows tells me it needs a restart (after a driver install for instance) , the system shuts down, tries to boot and I get two beeps from the motherboard. I have to restart the system manually by holding down the power button. Have I missed some kind of setting in the BIOS or missed out a cable? I am being stupid?