Every people here talks about testing an overclock under heavy load,
this is the most common testing while overclocking but how to test the cold boot?
I have more problem on cold boot that under heavy stress test.
Sometimes, when the Volt on the CPU is not enough I have a freeze on cold boot and not on heavy load.
Is there a way to test this situation without spending weeks finding the corr
Hi All,I hope you can help me out with this.I'm using Radeon HD7850 with ATI-Catalyst.The issue is, if I do a cold boot (physically turn off the power, turn back on) the system won't boot into X, only tty.At this point, a reboot works fine.Or if I don't turn off the power, just shutdown and reboot (warm boot), it works ok.Here's the Xorg log on cold boot:[ 2.226]
X.Org X S
- Not for anything other than curiosity but it's my understanding that when the temperature dips then the chemical reactions that generate current slow down, so therefore there is less current flowing. As the battery dies it reaches a point where enough current isn't being supplied to function but once you warm the battery again it operates normally.
Not sure whether this has been answered, but I haven't been able to find it, so if someone knows where the relevant thread is, please do direct me to it.
This morning, Ubuntu froze when I opened a new website in Chrome (as it does every now and then; almost always with Chrome or Skype). At this point I had to power down the machine and power it up again using the power button (i.e. cold boot).