before use fedora 11 and windows 7 is fine.but install fedora 12 computer is irregular crashed.screen twinkle a few times computer is crashed,but press NumLock key have responses,light is no or off.
on 12/07/2009 – Made popular on 12/07/2009
Hi, so I tried to install fedora 18 after breaking my fedora 17 install by symlinking something incorrectly. The computer instantly crashed and fedora wouldn't load, so I downloaded fedora 18's iso. I guess the iso was corrupted because the live disc wouldn't boot and mumbled about hardware issues, then panicked. Now, my computer will not show anything at all.
I tried installing a Nvidia Driver for my acer monitor a couple days ago. Upon reboot, the graphics terminal has crashed. Can anyone tell me how I can fix Fedora 12 and get it to reboot again. I have access to the other script based terminals on Fedora 12, but I'm not sure how to troubleshoot.
Laptop: Hp pavilion tx2000, resolution: 1280X800.
Graphics Card: Nvidia GeForce 6150 Go.
For some reason, it seems that Ubuntu and I just weren't meant to be. Today marks the second time that it has crashed on me, completely out of nowhere, and refused to boot to the point that I have to boot from a Fedora live CD to even be able to use my computer at all.
Ok here is the deal I do not have the ability to use wifi on my pc however my roomate has wifi in our appartment and is willing to let me use if but wants to keep his router in his room. Is there a way i can use my phone to pick up his wifi and than tether it to my box.
recently my windows XP pro crashed and so i reformatted wth fedora. when on windows i had some movies that played fine, like .aac or .mkv with no lag or bad pic. so now on fedora, with the same hardware ill use VLC or K media and its terrible. voices are off, grainy, stops a lot. i installed easylife to get the necessary plugins but still looks like garbage.
I have a new coputer (Asus 1015PX) and I would like to install Fedora on it (I use Debian in another computer, but I would like to install Fedora on this one).
I have read on the internet that Fedora needs a /boot partition separatelly from the / partition to boot. Is that so? Because Debian (Ubuntu, LM ...) does not need that.