HP Touchsmart TX2 Kernel Panic on boot since 11.04
Hi, ever since upgrading to Ubuntu (and Kubuntu) 11.04 (via clean install) on my HP Touchsmart TX2-1340ea, I've been getting the occasional (1 out of 3) kernel panics at boot.
This can happen off the live CD too, but just to be sure, I've replaced my hard drive, and checked my RAM with memtest86+
The BIOS's hdd tester says there's no problems with my drive either.
I have attached a screen shot of what my machine shows at panic:
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I'm not using the ATI proprietary drivers (as they make graphics run even slower) and still causes kernel panics!
As I said, I can get panics on the installation CD, meaning the issue must lie in something on the default system.
Interestingly, I have to use BackTrack Linux for a course at Uni, which is based on 10.04 LTS, and my system is solid when running that.
Any Ideas? I have no idea how to even file a bug report, as there's no logged evidence of the crash!
Last edited by ian_hawdon; November 30th, 2011 at 02:52 AM.
Reason: Picture WAY too big! - Mentioning clean install
Re: HP Touchsmart TX2 Kernel Panic on boot since 11.04
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