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    SubjectRe: Athlon XP 1800+ segemntation fault
    On Mon, 2002-07-22 at 14:44, Alan Cox wrote:
    > On Mon, 2002-07-22 at 14:32, Karol Olechowskii wrote:
    > > Hello
    > >
    > > Few days ago I've bought new processor Athlon XP 1800+ to my computer
    > > (MSI K7D Master with 256 MB PC2100 DDR).Before that I've got Athlon ThunderBird
    > > 900 processor and everything had been working well till I change to the new one.
    > > Now for every few minutes I've got segmetation fault or immediate system reboot.
    > > Could anyone tell me what's goin' on?
    > > nvidia: loading NVIDIA NVdriver Kernel Module 1.0-2960 Tue May 14 07:41:42 PDT 2002
    > > devfs_register(nvidiactl): could not append to parent, err: -17
    > > devfs_register(nvidia0): could not append to parent, err: -17
    > Please duplicate the problem without ever loading the NVidia nvdriver
    > from a clean boot. If you can't do that then talk to Nvidia, if you can
    > then post new crash data here

    Hi Alan

    I've do exactly what You wrote me.(remove NVidia driver) but it isn't
    change anything.In the moment of writing this letter a try to compile
    kernel and I can't even do this.System hangs or logout console session
    or write something like this

    gcc: Internal compiler error:
    program cc1 got fatal signal 11
    make[3] : ***[igmp.o] Error 1

    under X

    Application "gkrellm" (process bal bal) has crashed
    due to a fatal error
    (Segmenataion fault)

    It's something strange with my computer cause not only Linux hangs.On
    the other disk I've got Win XP and it also hangs ( blue screen,memory
    dump and things like that...).Almost every component is a brand
    new(mother board, processor, memory, video card, power supply)

    I've look at the logs and everything looks good.Please send me any tip,
    what I can do with this stuff

    best regards

    Karol Olechowski

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