mouse input issues.
Jason at seawingdesigns.com
Sun Sep 21 19:56:34 UTC 2014
Here is something else that is strange. running from the live disk, I am
using about a third less ram than when running from the hdd. I have tried
to open a bunch of applications and 20 or so FF tabs. What would be using
up so much ram?
I think that before I go spend the $ I am going to reinstall Kubuntu and
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On Sun, Sep 21, 2014 at 11:40 AM, seawing <Jason at seawingdesigns.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the idea. I have not considered the power supply. If it is
> that, wouldn't it exhibit some of the same symptoms when running from DVD?
> Jason Earrame
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> On Sun, Sep 21, 2014 at 11:17 AM, Little Girl <littlergirl at gmail.com>
>> Hey there,
>> seawing wrote:
>> > I have still not solved the crashing issue that I have been
>> > experiencing. I solved a different problem by using different USB
>> > ports and abandoning the ps2 ports making me think that the ports
>> > were just bad. I know that my dvd drive is bad because it won't
>> > boot from a live disk.
>> > Does anyone have any ideas?
>> I could be totally off base, but this sure reminds me of when my
>> power supply went bad. Whatever you do try, please make sure you have
>> everything backed up at all times and be prepared to open your wallet.
>> If it turns out you don't have to, that would be wonderful, but power
>> supplies can cause all sorts of bizarre behavior that's unpredictable
>> and tough to pin down, and they can take a whole lot of other hardware
>> out with themselves.
>> Little Girl
>> There is no spoon.
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