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I got some kind of fading when pressing CTRL+ALT+BACKSPACE. Fading out some spots on the screen then dead, then my computer reboots automatic. What to do? ( I use nvidia ...
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    Unhappy When exit Xwindow computer crashes.


    I got some kind of fading when pressing CTRL+ALT+BACKSPACE. Fading out some spots on the screen then dead, then my computer reboots automatic.

    What to do? ( I use nvidia drivers)

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    Wow, spots! Sometimes its hard to say exactly what the problem is for a situation like this if you havent experienced this before. Did you take a look at your xsession-errors and XFree86/Xorg log files?

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    Quote Originally Posted by linux2k
    Wow, spots! Sometimes its hard to say exactly what the problem is for a situation like this if you havent experienced this before. Did you take a look at your xsession-errors and XFree86/Xorg log files?
    Where can I find those files? And one more question, if i want to run i.e gnome, kde or fluxbox do i need a working Xserver?

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    http://www.badongo.com/vid/308744

    Here is a video of what happenening when exit x.

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