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If they picked those particular lights to flash during a kernel panic, then shouldn't there be other combinations of lights flashing indicating other things. I tried to google it but ...
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    Question if caps+scroll=kernel panic, what do the other combinations mean


    If they picked those particular lights to flash during a kernel panic, then shouldn't there be other combinations of lights flashing indicating other things. I tried to google it but they all say caps+scroll=kernel panic, but none of them say what num+scroll+caps equal or num+caps or num+scroll and so on. What do those other combinations mean?

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    I didn't even know caps + scroll meant kernel panic. Heck, I don't even have a scroll led on my laptop. I would have thought any LED combinations would be highly system specific but I may be wrong. At any rate, just because there's one combination that means kernel panic doesn't necessarily mean other combinations mean anything in particular.

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