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Old 13th April 2017, 12:04 PM
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Fedora 25 freeze - Nvidia

I have installed the latest version of fedora 25 on my desktop computer.
  • i7 870
  • Geforce 980ti
  • gnome 3.22.2
  • disk raid software (defined with live CD)

My computer has random freeze: I can move the mouse but nothing is clickable.
I don't know if it is related to Nvidia proprietary drivers that I've installed following this tutorial negativo17.org/nvidia-driver.
But when it happens I have to reboot.

Please help me, I really love fedora (I am using it for web dev) and I don't want to switch to another distribution because of that bug.

PS: I don't know which log file I should provide you after a freeze.
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