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Re: [opensuse] SUSE CRASH, Stuff doesn't work now.
  • From: Jay Smith <susehelp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 27 Dec 2006 23:02:34 -0800
  • Message-id: <20061228070736.2EB28214FF@xxxxxxxxxxx>
I haven't done any overclocking. power, not sure. I have Ubuntu too. Oddly
enough, that one crashes every so often as well. I don't think my power is bad
though, how should I test it (this being a notebook). The RAM passed the MEMTEST.
I don't think the CPU is overheating but I'll check my hardware. According to my
readout, both cores are operating at half their capacity (how can you increase it)?

Any idea what I can use to test my hardware. I doubt my hardware is bad but if it
is, I don't want to, but I'll send this stuff back to the manufacturer lol.

On Wed Dec 27 22:35 , J Sloan sent:

>Jay Smith wrote:
>> So my OpenSuse 10.2 crashed on me. I had amaroK,GTK-Gnutella, GAIM, and Firefox
>> open. My computer froze (this is new to me) and I had to hard reboot it. When it
>> started, two things didn't work (that I know of).
>> 1) KPowerSave won't start. This is my error message:
>> System configuration startup check disabled.
>> 2) YaST Software Management doesn't recognize my OpenSUSe 10.2 CD as a source
>> anymore. It won't let me go to other sources either until I click Skip about 15
>> times. Any ideas of what's wrong?
>> Also, what can cause OpenSuSe 10.2 to freeze? What can I do to prevent it from
>> freezing/crashing? If a freeze does happen, what steps should I take to prevent
>> errors. If errors happen, what can I do to recover? Thanks all.
>Just a shot in the dark, but this sounds suspiciously like bad hardware.
>What sort of hardware is this, and have you run any sort of diagnostics to
>rule out hardware issues? (bad RAM, gimpy power supply, overheating CPU,
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