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Old 11-24-2010, 03:50 AM   #1
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Question memory for crash kernel not in permissible range

I'm using centos 5.4 on an Hp Compaq 500B, 4GB ram,I have just installed centos when i try to boot the pc it says "memory for crash kernel not in permissible range, pci not using mmconfig" then it shuts down after a while, please help.

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That error is harmless and merely means that you have not configured kdump for when the kernel crashes. There has to be some other reason. Any other messages on the screen? Any clues in /var/log/messages?


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