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krisdouglas2000



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PostPosted: Sat May 14, 2005 10:15 pm    Post subject: suSE linux error at boot Reply with quote

hi i have a problem with suSE linux i got with an issue of linux format (obviously). I installed suSE (AMD athlon 64 pc specs were ok) on a seperate hard disk to my windows xp sp2 one and it worked for a while i was disabling the winxp hdd and booting suSE (seemed ok at the time) and just recently i booted suSE and it said in the boot something like this: "kernel panic-cpu #000000 corrupt" or something like that ill update the post when ive checked but it dident do anything else after that it just locked up, i have rebooted many times and it wont friggin work. Mad
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PostPosted: Sat May 14, 2005 10:18 pm    Post subject: Re: suSE linux error at boot Reply with quote

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QUOTE: i friggin hate computers when they dont work
hi i have a problem with suSE linux i got with an issue of linux format (obviously). I installed suSE (AMD athlon 64 pc specs were ok) on a seperate hard disk to my windows xp sp2 one and it worked for a while i was disabling the winxp hdd and booting suSE (seemed ok at the time) and just recently i booted suSE and it said in the boot something like this: "kernel panic-cpu #000000 corrupt" or something like that ill update the post when ive checked but it dident do anything else after that it just locked up, i have rebooted many times and it wont friggin work. Mad
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