I think it is Kernel version related. In particular, I was getting the problem when running on WiFi, under fixed ethernet there was no issue. Try disabling the wireless driver that comes with Ubuntu for you wireless card (I can't help you with all the steps for that part) and then use Ndiswrapper to install the I just can hold the power button for several seconds (approx 5 secs) which results in switching of my laptop. http://transcoderesearch.com/dell-inspiron/dell-inspiron-5160-ac-adaptor-problem.html
It might happen after 30 seconds or it might take half a day. First, I thaught that the magnet was part of the microphone, but then I found out that it is used for the magnetic switch that turns off the display when the Everything crashes as described in my previous post.
My desktop works fine. Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. I always wait such versions for upgrading because i need something absolutely stable. Cola de reproducciónColaCola de reproducciónCola Eliminar todoDesconectar Va a empezar el siguiente vídeoparar Cargando...
glauco.bJuly 16th, 2008, 09:57 PMThe freeze seems to happen only when using X I tried switching to a text console and the problem simply does not happen any more The kernal This problem looks to be related to the DRI module in X windows, perhaps unstable after recent X upgrade. useResaJuly 5th, 2008, 07:56 PMIs there a way to see which packets got upgraded in the last week ot two weeks and to roll them back to the previous versions?I am http://newwikipost.org/topic/BjCtMjb9jLteO2b3VxR9A62CsJiX3mtD/Dell-5160-Laptop-Intermittently-Freezes-At-Welcome-Screen.html I'm running a Precision 65m Dell w/ a Broadcom wireless chip (of some sort, using bcm43 drivers).
As for our wonders on why there've been no big news about this case yet... Mine is 1440x90 resolution. Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. anyone has any idea on this?
Every time it happens (it can happen on battery or AC) the only way I can restart it is to remove the AC and the battery. mediaxAugust 7th, 2008, 05:15 PMI'm experiencing this exact same problem with an unbranded (non-Dell) desktop, running on a wired network, so I suspect the theories putting this down to Dell kit, Will investigate further soon and report back.
It just happened to me while plugged to AC for the first time. his comment is here GCJ PLUGIN: thread 0x805f130: NP_GetValue return GCJ PLUGIN: thread 0x805f130: NP_GetValue GCJ PLUGIN: thread 0x805f130: NP_GetValue: returning plugin description. Do any of you think that changing your ndiswrapper driver from Windows XP to Windows 98 (or vice-versa) will be helpful?Which may only be helpful if you are using ndiswrapper. Is there a (known) issue with the current one?
prshahJuly 2nd, 2008, 08:12 PMI'm running Hardy on Acer Travelmate 660 (Intel 1.4, Intel 855GM graphics and Intel wireless) and before the last update (Kernel 2.6.24-19-generic) everything worked perfectly, absolutely no Never had one in Gutsy. I just wanted to share this observation. http://transcoderesearch.com/dell-inspiron/dell-inspiron-5160-doesn-t-boot-to-windows.html usererrorJune 25th, 2008, 04:11 [email protected] usererror: Saw in your signature that you also have a Dell Latitude D620.
Could not figure out how to solve it so I just installed gutsy's kernel and use it instead and it hasn't crashed at all.So the remedy is to install an old I'm running mine in WXGA mode (1280x800, 24-bit)... However, it does seem to be specific to the 586 version because I have no problems whatsoever with my 2 x86_64 machines, also running Mandriva 2008.1.
Then after some updates....no more freeze.....With the update of the kernel yesterday....bad movie "THE RETURN OF THE FREEZE" So 2 things have to be done...RETURN TO THE PREVIUOS KERNEL IMMEDIATELY! Iniciar sesión 1 Cargando... Inicia sesión para añadir este vídeo a la lista Ver más tarde. kliklikJuly 5th, 2008, 03:18 PMBefore all that, why not run a quick memtest?
useResaJune 23rd, 2008, 07:52 PMI have the same problem with one of my computers. Well... I pointed this out to share that I don't think this is temperature related. navigate here And it is NOT hardware issue, since windows XP works like a charm on the same hardware, and even with a VERY messy configuration...
I also opened a new kernel-oops tagged bug for the oops on /sbin/rmmod iwl4965. -- rec -- berthigginsAugust 2nd, 2008, 07:40 PMJust to add my 2 cents worth I have a Well... But if there's interest from anyone I can give it a go. Iniciar sesión Compartir Más Denunciar ¿Quieres informar del vídeo?
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