Crashed with Kernel panic

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Anonymous

Guest
Using DBAN 1.0.3 on a 6 GB hard disk, the programme ran fine initially using the short DoD method. When it was about 50% done, the PC freezed and the screen was filled with CPU registers dump after showing the following message:

Unable to handle NULL pointer dereference at virtual address 00000338

After the dump of CPU registers, the following message was displayed:

<0>Kernel panic: Aice, killing interrupt handler!
In interrupt handler-not syncing


The same PC was known to be functioning well.

Any help please? Thank you.

(Tried both floppy disk and CD versions of DBAN)

NP
 

dajhorn

Member
First, download http://www.memtest86.com/ and let it run at least one full test of your computer.

Second, run a quick erase on the computer and mail the log file to me if it finishes.
 
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