rogerheflin at gmail.com
Tue Mar 25 13:58:39 UTC 2008
Brent Snow, Mr. wrote:
> Hi Roger,
> Thanks for the insight!!!
> This is the odd thing. A standard out of the box Fedora 7 Kernel
> (no updates) does not produce this error. It starts as soon as I upgrade
> the Kernel. As I want to take advantage of the latest functions of the
> Kernel, I wanted to use the latest.
> I am going to reinstall the system as Fedora 7, and see what
> happens. I updated the BIOS to the latest released, and would turn off
> ECC if it was available in the BIOS, but it is not an available setting.
> I guess I will start there and keep testing and searching for a
> Thanks for all the advice.
Fedora 7 may not yet have had support for that edac and if so you won't get an
error message but the error is still there.
If you do reinstall 7 see if edac supports that chipset in F7 or not, if not you
probably still have the error.
More information about the users