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.
I had a computer that crashed. XP got eaten alive by something. Tis why I built the computer I am presently on and loaded it with Fedora.
So question now is.... If I have cable that will allow this drive to be installed via USB (and I do) how can I get the documents off of it AKA get around the windows password I had on the my document folder. I know the password.
Hello and thanks for taking a look!
I've downloaded 12.04 & 13.10 and tried to install both on my crashed computer.
I get past the Ubuntu loading screen with the dots and to what looks like the Ubuntu background where I should be able to see the files to install it onto my computer, but there is nothing there on both versions.
I have two Solaris 10 servers. First server crashed last week (Monday) and second one crashed over the weekend. I have checked the logs such as /var/adm/messages, syslog and dmesg. So for I found none. My management wants to know why the server crashed. I need to come with some kind of reasons.
I also searched for core file and didn't find any.
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.