RE: General Protection Fault
The K6 says it's 533, it runs on 520, so I don't think that can be a
problem, or am I mistaken?
On Sat, 29 Apr 2000, C. Falconer wrote:
> Are you sure the K6 hasn't been over clocked by some bastard salesman ?
> From: Ron Rademaker[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
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> Subject: General Protection Fault
> How do I solve a General Protection Fault (Oops = 0002), I get it when I
> boot with the rescue disk, when trying to install (right after mounting
> the root filesystem (RAM)) it gives the errors, and ends with: Aiee,
> killing the interrupt handler
> If you need more information, I wrote all the output down so I can post it
> if that would help you...
> The system started giving general protection faults after I upgraded it
> (general protection faults both in linux as in windows) from a P166 with
> 32 M to a amd k6-2 533 with 128 M.
> Ron Rademaker
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