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Old 09-03-07, 06:32 AM   #1
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Default Try this when after a crash you're experiencing more crashes than before


I have a dual core Pentium D 830 + 7600GS. I was having the same problems others are having here that are also running on a dual core. I solved my problem by doing various things: compiled custom kernel, noapic boot option, pci=nommconfig boot option and such. Yesterday I compiled a new kernel and forgot all about these fixes and guess what, my pc crashed after some time. After that my pc started crashing after 5mins or so after boot (even when I applied the fixes I normally used).

It seems some files got corrupted. I deleted the following dirs in my home dir: .gconf .gnome*. Some settings got deleted (nothing special, like: background, theme, gnome-panels layout...) but I don't have those crashes anymore. I accidentally thought of doing that because the symptoms of the frequent crashes were actually the same as the crashes before.

Maybe this will save someone a headache, at least it solved mine yesterday night
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