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tarmer

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Got Leopard up and running, It boots brings up the desktop and I can even mess around for a while but it suddenly (after different random events) send a Voodoo kernel panic message across the screen

I can post this if it will help - any thoughts ?


(SYSTEM OUTLINE)
Microprocessor
Intel® Pentium® 4

Memory
Dual-channel DDR 333 and DDR 400 SDRAM ECC or non-ECC
NOTE: DDR 333 operates at 320 MHz when used with a Pentium 4 with an 800 MHz front-side bus.
BIOS address
F0000h


Computer Information
Chip set
Intel 875P

Data bus width
64 bits

Address bus width
32 bits

DMA channels
8

Interrupt levels
24

BIOS chip
4-Mb

Memory speed
333 MHz / 400 MHz DDR

NOTE: DDR 333 operates at 320 MHz when used with a Pentium 4 with an 800 MHz front-side bus

LOM
Gigabit network interface

Capable of 10/100/1000 communication


Controllers

Serial ATA: dual-serial ATA channels, supporting 1 device per channel
IDE/ATA: 100 - dual-channel, suppporting 2 devices per channel
Optional add-in U320 SCSI

FSB clock
800- or 533-MHz data rate

Video

Type

AGP 8x (AGP 3.0; 1.5 V)
NVIDIA Quad FX 500/600



Expansion Bus


Bus type

4 PCI 2.2 (3.3 V/5.0 V)

Bus speed
PCI: 33 MHz

Expansion-card connectors:
Four PCI slots (32-bit 33 MHz), and one AGP 8x

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What distro did u use ? iatkos, ideneb kalway? which one? and the selected options during install....





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