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Old 12th October 2008, 03:01 PM
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Exclamation Panel Freezes After Playing Games


My top and bottom panels freeze on me a few minutes after playing games, like World of Warcraft. At that point I have to CTRL+SHFT+F1 and then reboot the machine. This is becoming very tedious and I hate having to reboot my machine. This is LINUX for Pete's sake! I'm still kind of new to linux, but I need to figure out what the problem is.... or how I can find out what the problem is - right now I'm totally in the dark because I do not get any error messages.

I'm running Fedora 9 ( with 2GB of memory and a AMD Athlon 64 processor. My video card is a nVidia GeForce 8600 GT and I'm running the akmod 173.14.12-2 package.
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