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Old 20th March 2006, 08:37 PM
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FC4 System Freezes / Hangs

Saw several posts about unpredictable system hangs and I also had this problem. Just found that a USB keyboard I was using could be causing the hangs .. at least this is what it looks like at this point.
I loaded FC4 using a standard ps2 kb and then rebooted with a USB kb. All looked to work ok but had strange system hangs. Replaced the USB Keyboard with a standard ps2 and no hangs for 2 days. Shutdown, replaced the ps2 with the USB and within 1 hour, my system hung. Now without further testing, there is no way to confirm this is the problem, and I will continue to test and update. Please let me know if anyone has or had this probem.

Or for you guru's out there, does this look like a reasonable conclusion? Could FC4 be trying to load the keyboard as a block device or what ever???
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