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    Default Kernel panic on boot

    This only happens on occasion and the current work around is to keep power cycling until it boots.

    Guess would be RAM / HDD issue, but that's only a guess. Any ideas?


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    Default Re: Kernel panic on boot

    Check the memory. Things that sometimes work and sometime don't are almost always hardware thermal problems. Unplug and replug all plugs on the mother board. Remove and reseat memory

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    Default Re: Kernel panic on boot

    Quote Originally Posted by gogalthorp View Post
    Check the memory. Things that sometimes work and sometime don't are almost always hardware thermal problems. Unplug and replug all plugs on the mother board. Remove and reseat memory
    Thanks, that's what I had in mind. I've reseated the HDD and RAM, we'll see if it works.

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