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Old 21st December 2010, 17:23
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hey guys,
I'm having a problem with my Ubuntu 10.10 system. After installing the OS it worked fine. But after one or two restarts it totally freezes i mean NO Ctrl+Alt+Bckspc , NO Ctrl+Alt+F1 and Ctrl+Alt+Del works for me. I have the same problem with Ubuntu 10.04 , 9.10 also. ( Only Ubuntu version 9.04 Works fine for me ). But i want to make use the latest one. Please help me to do this guys.

Here is my system config:

Mercury PI945GCM
Intel Dual Core
2 GB RAM
1 TB HDD

Is there anything wrong with my configuration??

my partition is like this,

58 GB for / (root)
20 GB for /home
20 GB swap

The Other partitions are NTFS for my Windows 7 Ultimate. ( i mean i have dual boot Ubuntu & Windows 7 ).

After Ubuntu fails some time it crush the GRUB loader, so that i can't boot windows either. Any buddy tell me why this happen to me?

I've try to install Linux Mint 10 also but it freezes while installing..!!

Now I loaded the openSUSE 11.4 milestone 3. It works fine for now but i can't connect to internet , it asks for "linux-atm-lib" . i don't know how to do that ..

Still i want to use the Ubuntu 10.10 Please help me to find my problem..!!
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Old 22nd December 2010, 15:53
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Do you see any errors during the boot process?
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Old 22nd December 2010, 17:56
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Do you see any errors during the boot process?
No.. It boots correctly .. after login from 60-80 secs it automatically freezes. But last time I didn't even boot . That my GRUB crushed i can't see the boot menu. then i use hiran boot cd to boot into windows.
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Old 25th December 2010, 17:17
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Cool Problem Almost Solved !!!

Hey guys,

Thanks for your support and replies. But i've solved this problem of my own. Actually i does a simple change in my installation configuration. That in my old configuration i gave 58 GB space for Root (/) , this time i split the 58GB into 24GB and 34GB of partitions and install 24GB for the Root(/) and 34GB for /usr . Now the problem was almost solved for me. My Ubuntu boots, login and i can use it without freeze. But still some times i got freeze. ( for ex. installing/running a heavy software like VMware..etc). Any buddy got idea about this issue ??
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