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    Default New error: Opensuse 11.4

    Message from syslogd@linux-aie7 at Mar 25 02:46:46 ...
    kernel:[ 300.701064] [Hardware Error]: MC1_STATUS: Corrected error, other errors lost: no, CPU context corrupt: no

    Message from syslogd@linux-aie7 at Mar 25 02:46:46 ...
    kernel:[ 300.701085] [Hardware Error]: Instruction Cache Error: Parity error during data load.

    Message from syslogd@linux-aie7 at Mar 25 02:46:46 ...
    kernel:[ 300.701100] [Hardware Error]: Transaction: IRD, Type: INSN, Cache Level: L1

    Could whatever this is be causing my crashing? Sorry about another post
    Laptop: openSUSE 12.1 x86_64/KDE 4.8/AMD A8-3500m/16g Ram/128 SSD/6620g+6750m

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    Default Re: New error: Opensuse 11.4

    Yes, it is quite likely that these hardware errors are causing your failures.
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    Smile Re: New error: Opensuse 11.4

    Message from syslogd@linux-aie7 at Mar 25 02:46:46 ...
    kernel:[ 300.701064] [Hardware Error]: MC1_STATUS: Corrected error, other errors lost: no, CPU context corrupt: no

    Message from syslogd@linux-aie7 at Mar 25 02:46:46 ...
    kernel:[ 300.701085] [Hardware Error]: Instruction Cache Error: Parity error during data load.

    Message from syslogd@linux-aie7 at Mar 25 02:46:46 ...
    kernel:[ 300.701100] [Hardware Error]: Transaction: IRD, Type: INSN, Cache Level: L1

    Could whatever this is be causing my crashing? Sorry about another post
    How old is this PC Jerry421? Normally, if six months to over a year, I ask if you have ever cleaned the PC of dust? Dust build up in a PC depends on the amount of dust in the air and if one leaves the windows open, smokes or has pets. The more yeses, the more dust you can have. I often suggest you disconnect the computer, take it outside and use a couple of compressed air cans to blow out all of the dust. Memory errors could create such a problem. Removing and reseating memory cards can often help (with the PC off and unplugged of course). In fact, while you are cleaning out the PC, removing and reinstalling all plugs and cards can not hurt. In the end, if none of this helps or applies, then a visit to the repair shop or a new computer might be in order.

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    Default Re: New error: Opensuse 11.4

    Hmm... Hopefully it's the system RAM, you should do what jmcdaniel suggested and also run the memtest in openSUSE install DVD (or any other similar tool). But it may be the processor internal cache, if so you're in for a hardware upgrade.

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    Default Re: New error: Opensuse 11.4

    Also if you have two or more RAM sticks, try one at a time, usually only one is failing.

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