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Old 03-29-2002, 09:17 AM   #1
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Arrow CPU#0:Machine Check Exception

While trying to install redhat7.2 on a P100MHZ(SCSI HDD) I get an error message similar to the following error message:

CPU#0:Machine Check Exception: 0x107000 (type 0x 9)

and it goes on and on but the address changes continuously.

I was able to find ONLY one posting :

Redhat 6.2 installs with no problems and Mandrake8.1 has got the same problem as redhat 7.2(I guess it is the kernel ???)

I am just a poor university student trying to learn more about Linux and networking.

Old 03-29-2002, 10:33 PM   #2
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Its a hardware problem, there is some info in this kernel mailing list archive.


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