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Kernel panic - CPU text corrupted
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  1. #1
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    Kernel panic - CPU text corrupted

    Anyone has any idea how to solve this problem. I tried to fdisk and format the drive. But still every time I try to install Fedora Core 3, this message will appear.

    Please help ??? :-\

  2. #2

    Re:Kernel panic - CPU text corrupted

    Is the message text or context?
    Have you done any changes before getting this message?
    Can you undo the changes?

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    Re:Kernel panic - CPU text corrupted

    Its text message, comes on every time I try to install OS

    [quote author=trickster link=board=3;threadid=10706;start=0#msg96094 date=1127215371]
    Is the message text or context?
    Have you done any changes before getting this message?
    Can you undo the changes?
    [/quote]

  4. #4

    Re:Kernel panic - CPU text corrupted

    I mean, is the message

    Code:
    Kernel panic - CPU text corrupted
    or

    Code:
    Kernel panic - CPU context corrupted
    ?

    Are you overclocking your cpu?

    Try passing the
    Code:
    ide=nodma
    parameter on the Fedora bootscreen, before the install begins.

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    Re:Kernel panic - CPU text corrupted

    The code reads - Kernel Panic - CPU context corrupted.

    Does it have anything to do with Hardware?

    And when I boot from Hard Disk, I can see the last installation of Mandrake 10.2, How can I fully format the HDD?

    I will try what you stated for me.

    [quote author=trickster link=board=3;threadid=10706;start=0#msg96101 date=1127233860]
    I mean, is the message

    Code:
    Kernel panic - CPU text corrupted
    or

    Code:
    Kernel panic - CPU context corrupted
    ?

    Are you overclocking your cpu?

    Try passing the
    Code:
    ide=nodma
    parameter on the Fedora bootscreen, before the install begins.
    [/quote]

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    Re:Kernel panic - CPU text corrupted

    How Do I change the ide=nodma at the start up?

    [quote author=trickster link=board=3;threadid=10706;start=0#msg96101 date=1127233860]
    I mean, is the message

    Code:
    Kernel panic - CPU text corrupted
    or

    Code:
    Kernel panic - CPU context corrupted
    ?

    Are you overclocking your cpu?

    Try passing the
    Code:
    ide=nodma
    parameter on the Fedora bootscreen, before the install begins.
    [/quote]

  7. #7

    Re:Kernel panic - CPU text corrupted

    I found this on LinuxQuestions

    For future reference, in case anyone is googling this...


    CPU0: Machine Check Exception: 0000000000000004
    Bank 0: be00030020200137[0118000100900140] at 00000000fee00300
    Kernel Panic - not syncing: CPU Context corrupt.

    Im fairly sure that error is a MCE check gone bad. To get around it, type "linux nomce"
    at your LILO prompt. Or you can recompile your kernel to exclude Machine
    Check Exception. HTH..
    Also, many people say this could be faulty or hot cpu or memory. As I asked earlier, are you overclocking any of these?

    From the Boot-Prompt Howto:

    3.4.26. The `nomce' Argument

    Some newer processors have the ability to self-monitor and detect
    inconsistencies that should not regularly happen. If an inconsistency
    is detected, a Machine Check Exception will take place and the system
    will be halted (rather than plundering forward and corrupting your
    data). You can use this argument to disable this feature, but be sure
    to check that your CPU is not overheating or otherwise faulty first.

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    Re:Kernel panic - CPU text corrupted

    I manage to install after putting the code:

    Linux nomce

    And Now I have Fedora Core 3 installed, Thank you


    [quote author=trickster link=board=3;threadid=10706;start=0#msg96104 date=1127239321]
    I found this on LinuxQuestions

    For future reference, in case anyone is googling this...


    CPU0: Machine Check Exception: 0000000000000004
    Bank 0: be00030020200137[0118000100900140] at 00000000fee00300
    Kernel Panic - not syncing: CPU Context corrupt.

    Im fairly sure that error is a MCE check gone bad. To get around it, type "linux nomce"
    at your LILO prompt. Or you can recompile your kernel to exclude Machine
    Check Exception. HTH..
    Also, many people say this could be faulty or hot cpu or memory. As I asked earlier, are you overclocking any of these?

    From the Boot-Prompt Howto:

    3.4.26. The `nomce' Argument

    Some newer processors have the ability to self-monitor and detect
    inconsistencies that should not regularly happen. If an inconsistency
    is detected, a Machine Check Exception will take place and the system
    will be halted (rather than plundering forward and corrupting your
    data). You can use this argument to disable this feature, but be sure
    to check that your CPU is not overheating or otherwise faulty first.
    [/quote]

  9. #9

    Re:Kernel panic - CPU text corrupted

    Glad to hear that!

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