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    Hi to everyone.
    My laptop from time to time is going in "surprise" reboot.

    There is some way to track problem via logs?
    Voltage, memory for example.
    Or maybe some tests.

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    Quote Originally Posted by galileo13 View Post
    Hi to everyone.
    My laptop from time to time is going in "surprise" reboot.

    There is some way to track problem via logs?
    Voltage, memory for example.
    Or maybe some tests.
    journalctl is your friend
    + run
    Code:
    dmesg -w
    in the console. That would probably give messages about hardware failing before the reboot.

    Memory can be tested by using memtest86+
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