If you have multiple memory banks, you could (with your PC switched OFF and the power plug unplugged) open your PC, and remove one of the memory cards. Then plug the PC back in, try booting and see if that works with the remaining memory
If it does not, switch OFF the PC, unplug the PC, put the memory card back, and try removing another one, … reboot … etc …
The idea is to try and isolate which card might have a memory problem.
It happens, not necessarily often, but it does happen. That’s why most Linux distros and Windows Vista/7 offer a memory diagnostic.
Did you build this computer or did you buy it from a vendor like Dell or HP? If you built the computer, check the memory manufacturer’s website to see if you can get a replacement. If you bought it from a vendor, contact them to see if they’ll send you a replacement memory module (they should if the machine is under warranty).
since my problem looks like a new topic i ve created a new thread in application section gnome desktop problem - openSUSE Forums
your solution seems to be a good one but like i explained in the other thread, when i create a new account i face the same problems.
so i might to reinstall a couple of “applet”
Hmm, … I don’t know where Gnome keeps the user configuration information, but I had assumed it was in /home ?? Is that not the case? If it is the case, then it reads to me like some Gnome (or some system wide parameter) is rather messed up.