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Old 03-12-11, 11:24 AM   #1
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Unhappy 270.29 Freeze at boot

This morning I figured I would do a reboot before starting any new programming, and now if I start Ubuntu 10.10 normally I get an almost instant freeze. Sometimes I can maybe open up a window after I login. Tried reinstalling using jockey-gtk with no change. Tried manually installing drivers (260.19.29, 260.19.44) but both seg fault during the install process. (Which is very strange, have never had that happen before). If I start ubuntu in recovery mode and login at the command line and run startx -- -logverbose 6, Ubuntu seems to run fine. Would really like to get this fixed. Please help. Included kern.log. The reboots between March 12 7AM to March 12 ~7:45 show the errors I am getting during a regular boot. Thanks
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Old 03-12-11, 03:08 PM   #2
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Default Re: 270.29 Freeze at boot

It would appear that the problem was just some RAM that went bad. Did a memcheck and it failed miserably.
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