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Old 1st February 2008, 01:40 AM
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Angry sound, USBs, and Pidgin dissappear

Soo I finally figured out how to install F8 onto my Satellite, but every time I start the computer and log on I have a short time window in which to do anything involving sound or the USB ports before my computer ceases to recognize they exist, so I am left on permanent mute with no ability to back up files or use my ports. Also an issue which I'm not sure is related, but Pidgin seems to want to follow this trend and kill itself once every fifteen minutes or so if I'm in a chat. Any help would be appreciated, and if it's something stupidly easy then let me know, I've already made a fool of myself installing this thing.
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