Originally Posted by maxome
No unfortunatly it's an old pentium 4 with an elitegroup board that I bought like 4-5 years ago... Maybe it's because my hardware is too old
If I change distro could it resolve the matter or all linux kernel are the same ?
The Linux kernel is an amazing piece of software...it can be "customized" numerous different ways. Many distros patch the vanilla kernel before configuring and compiling, and I'm sure they configure differently...so yeah, it's *possible* that switching distros could "fix" the problem, but it's not guaranteed.
My suggestion would be to test out LiveCD's from a couple of different distros and see if you can find one that you like that doesn't give you this problem. Then, once you've found one, check out the kernel config, modprobe to see what kernel modules are loaded, etc...(many LiveCD's run a very generic kernel that might differ slightly from the actual kernel of the install CD). Knoppix has a reputation for supporting a lot of hardware, and you can install it as a disk image that autodetects hardware the same as the LiveCD.