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Okay so I've been getting this Oops error for some time now and it usually makes my computer hang after a couple days. Sometimes after a couple hours. I'm looking ...
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    Oops it happened again. :cry:


    Okay so I've been getting this Oops error for some time now and it usually makes my computer hang after a couple days. Sometimes after a couple hours. I'm looking for someone that can help me, or someone that can tell me where to get help. I've read some posts on how to get the Oops message readable (Obviously not readable by me) Now at this point I don't know what to do.

    Thanx in advance,

    Kernel 2.6.8(.1-12mdk)
    Mandrake 10.1

    I get this Oops and it's repeated about 7 times over, and says the same thing every time.

    Jan 10 08:08:05 kernel: Unable to handle kernel paging request at virtual address 76656489
    Jan 10 08:08:05 kernel: c011ce55
    Jan 10 08:08:05 kernel: *pde = 00000000
    Jan 10 08:08:05 kernel: Oops: 0002 [#1]
    Jan 10 08:08:05 kernel: CPU: 0
    Jan 10 08:08:05 kernel: EIP: 0060:[copy_files+341/640] Tainted: P VLI
    Jan 10 08:08:05 kernel: EIP: 0060:[<c011ce55>] Tainted: P VLI
    Using defaults from ksymoops -t elf32-i386 -a i386
    Jan 10 08:08:05 kernel: EFLAGS: 00010202 (2.6.8.1-12mdk)
    Jan 10 08:08:05 kernel: eax: 76656475 ebx: e6c34400 ecx: 00000000 edx: 000001a0
    Jan 10 08:08:05 kernel: esi: e66f6e90 edi: e6a1d404 ebp: e6f47f0c esp: e6f47ec0
    Jan 10 08:08:05 kernel: ds: 007b es: 007b ss: 0068
    Jan 10 08:08:05 kernel: Stack: e66f6120 0000029f e6f47f0c c01c400c 00000015 ffffffff 00000292 00000000
    Jan 10 08:08:05 kernel: 000002a0 e6a1d404 e66f6120 e66f6e20 e67b07c0 e65217f0 00000590 e67b07c0
    Jan 10 08:08:05 kernel: e67b07c0 00000000 00000000 e6f47f50 c011d2db 01200011 e67b07c0 c02e4152
    Jan 10 08:08:05 kernel: Call Trace:
    Jan 10 08:08:05 kernel: [<c0107bbf>] show_stack+0x7f/0xa0
    Jan 10 08:08:05 kernel: [<c0107d56>] show_registers+0x156/0x1d0
    Jan 10 08:08:05 kernel: [<c0107ef6>] die+0x66/0xd0
    Jan 10 08:08:05 kernel: [<c0119b26>] do_page_fault+0x3c6/0x5b0
    Jan 10 08:08:05 kernel: [<c0107849>] error_code+0x2d/0x38
    Jan 10 08:08:05 kernel: [<c011d2db>] copy_process+0x2cb/0x9e0
    Jan 10 08:08:05 kernel: [<c011da3d>] do_fork+0x4d/0x17b
    Jan 10 08:08:05 kernel: [<c0105a1f>] sys_clone+0x3f/0x50
    Jan 10 08:08:05 kernel: [<c0106dcd>] sysenter_past_esp+0x52/0x71
    Jan 10 08:08:05 kernel: Code: 71 14 8b 7a 14 8b 4d c4 f3 a5 a8 02 74 02 66 a5 a8 01 74 01 a4 8b 55 d4 85 d2 eb 18 8b 7d d8 8b 07 83 c7 04 89 7d d8 85 c0 74 03 <ff> 40 14 89 03 83 c3 04 4a 75 e6 8b 55 dc 31 f6 89 df 8b 4d d4


    >>EIP; c011ce55 <copy_files+155/280> <=====

    >>ebx; e6c34400 <pg0+26846400/3fc10000>
    >>esi; e66f6e90 <pg0+26308e90/3fc10000>
    >>edi; e6a1d404 <pg0+2662f404/3fc10000>
    >>ebp; e6f47f0c <pg0+26b59f0c/3fc10000>
    >>esp; e6f47ec0 <pg0+26b59ec0/3fc10000>

    Trace; c0107bbf <show_stack+7f/a0>
    Trace; c0107d56 <show_registers+156/1d0>
    Trace; c0107ef6 <die+66/d0>
    Trace; c0119b26 <do_page_fault+3c6/5b0>
    Trace; c0107849 <error_code+2d/38>
    Trace; c011d2db <copy_process+2cb/9e0>
    Trace; c011da3d <do_fork+4d/17b>
    Trace; c0105a1f <sys_clone+3f/50>
    Trace; c0106dcd <sysenter_past_esp+52/71>

    This architecture has variable length instructions, decoding before eip
    is unreliable, take these instructions with a pinch of salt.

    Code; c011ce2a <copy_files+12a/280>
    00000000 <_EIP>:
    Code; c011ce2a <copy_files+12a/280>
    0: 71 14 jno 16 <_EIP+0x16>
    Code; c011ce2c <copy_files+12c/280>
    2: 8b 7a 14 mov 0x14(%edx),%edi
    Code; c011ce2f <copy_files+12f/280>
    5: 8b 4d c4 mov 0xffffffc4(%ebp),%ecx
    Code; c011ce32 <copy_files+132/280>
    8: f3 a5 repz movsl %ds%esi),%es%edi)
    Code; c011ce34 <copy_files+134/280>
    a: a8 02 test $0x2,%al
    Code; c011ce36 <copy_files+136/280>/forum/post-116295.html
    c: 74 02 je 10 <_EIP+0x10>
    Code; c011ce38 <copy_files+138/280>
    e: 66 a5 movsw %ds%esi),%es%edi)
    Code; c011ce3a <copy_files+13a/280>
    10: a8 01 test $0x1,%al
    Code; c011ce3c <copy_files+13c/280>
    12: 74 01 je 15 <_EIP+0x15>
    Code; c011ce3e <copy_files+13e/280>
    14: a4 movsb %ds%esi),%es%edi)
    Code; c011ce3f <copy_files+13f/280>
    15: 8b 55 d4 mov 0xffffffd4(%ebp),%edx
    Code; c011ce42 <copy_files+142/280>
    18: 85 d2 test %edx,%edx
    Code; c011ce44 <copy_files+144/280>
    1a: eb 18 jmp 34 <_EIP+0x34>
    Code; c011ce46 <copy_files+146/280>
    1c: 8b 7d d8 mov 0xffffffd8(%ebp),%edi
    Code; c011ce49 <copy_files+149/280>
    1f: 8b 07 mov (%edi),%eax
    Code; c011ce4b <copy_files+14b/280>
    21: 83 c7 04 add $0x4,%edi
    Code; c011ce4e <copy_files+14e/280>
    24: 89 7d d8 mov %edi,0xffffffd8(%ebp)
    Code; c011ce51 <copy_files+151/280>
    27: 85 c0 test %eax,%eax
    Code; c011ce53 <copy_files+153/280>
    29: 74 03 je 2e <_EIP+0x2e>

    This decode from eip onwards should be reliable

    Code; c011ce55 <copy_files+155/280>
    00000000 <_EIP>:
    Code; c011ce55 <copy_files+155/280> <=====
    0: ff 40 14 incl 0x14(%eax) <=====
    Code; c011ce58 <copy_files+158/280>
    3: 89 03 mov %eax,(%ebx)
    Code; c011ce5a <copy_files+15a/280>
    5: 83 c3 04 add $0x4,%ebx
    Code; c011ce5d <copy_files+15d/280>
    8: 4a dec %edx
    Code; c011ce5e <copy_files+15e/280>
    9: 75 e6 jne fffffff1 <_EIP+0xfffffff1>
    Code; c011ce60 <copy_files+160/280>
    b: 8b 55 dc mov 0xffffffdc(%ebp),%edx
    Code; c011ce63 <copy_files+163/280>
    e: 31 f6 xor %esi,%esi
    Code; c011ce65 <copy_files+165/280>
    10: 89 df mov %ebx,%edi
    Code; c011ce67 <copy_files+167/280>
    12: 8b 4d d4 mov 0xffffffd4(%ebp),%ecx

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    What are you doing when this happens? What program(s) cause it? Is it reproduceable? Have you run memtest86?
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