I don't get why this is happening when windows is working fine,
I was running a Ubuntu 12.10 64 bit and was experiencing bugs, so i decided to downgrade to 12.04 LTS 32 or 64 bit.
When i attempt to boot it comes up with a kernel panic (Same kernel panic if i try to boot into 12.10 32/64 bit as well now
Here is a picture of the kernel panic
I followed a suggestion by a forum member going by the name of: Jackhe22, which stated that my TV card was at fault because it was in my PCI slot, I took that out and tried again, same kernel panic,
CPU: AMD phenom II X6 1090T BE (stock clock)
Mainboard: MSI 890FXA GD70
RAM: Corsair XMS3 (8GB DDR3)
Hard drives: 1 128GB Corsair Forcce 3 SSD (Unplugged during install), 1 60 Kingston SSD (Install drive), 1 Optima 2GB (Intall USB)
Monitors: 1 iiyama 1920x1080 plugged in via HDMI, 1 Acer 1280x1024 (plugged in via VGA (DVI to VGA adapter)
Graphics card: AMD Radeon HD 7950
Wifi card: Gigabyte GC-WB300D
TV card: DVB-T digital TV PCI card
Other USB devices e.g. Phones, Portable HDD's I didn't mention as they are not plugged in during the install.
Can someone please help?