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First of all, your kernel is not crashing. If it were crashing, your system would completely freeze up and you would be unable to use it. There are several types of problems that can occur in the kernel. A warning (WARN), bug (BUG) or OOPS can occur when the kernel's built-in self-checks detect a situation that might lead to system instability, or loss ...


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This step can take a long time. And due to the way file timestamps are handled, it can e.g. happen on daylight saving time switches. In order to check what exactly is happening there, you should use a file access monitor like Process Monitor - https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb896645.aspx. This can tell you if GIMP is reading font file to ...


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Can you run jprofiler and investigate the heap memory. Also it is not clear the memory requirement for the java program in execution.Usually 8 GB of RAM is considered decent. If the java program is creating lot of thread and the threads are not terminated then it could cause all these issues. Please check the java program for the amount of object created ...


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No, there is no such plugin, and I doubt that it is practical to resolve such application-wide issues by plugins. You may want to try a 64-bit version of Firefox, though it's still in development stage. There is also a hackish 64-bit firefox clone which may or may not be more stable on x64 and which may or may not support your favorite addons.


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It is very unlikey that the HDD is actually dead, much more likely that the OS doesn't know what to do. Can you get into safe mode? Or to a place where you can do a return to a previous restore point? If not, options are limited at this point but you could try doing a system reset of Windows as you've already tried a repair. This should reset your computer ...


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I have the same symptom using oracle jdk. Seems to occur when IcedTea was previously used by error, and interrupted. Removing ~/.java/deployment/config.cache corrects the problem, although the only difference is a timestamp.


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Your PC may be going into Hibernation, which was the bane of my existence when I was testing third-generation Core processors at Intel Jones Farm. I'd suggest you disable Hibernation after enabling High Performance. To turn on High performance, open Power Options by swiping in from the right edge of the screen, tapping Search (or if you're using a mouse, ...


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Other similar threads around the web tipped me off that it may be related to fonts being missing or corrupted. In my particular case, I had previously installed and subsequently removed Microsoft Office and it's associated fonts. I reinstalled just Office's fonts and Preview started working again, even after once again removing the Office fonts.


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Generally when an issue like this starts to happen, there are a couple reasons. 1. Airflow is highly constricted. 2. Thermal paste is old and causing the CPU to overwork itself thus start to burn itself out. 3. CPU or onboard GPU is going bad, or worst case scenario, motherboard is dying. However, I have seen a case where it was the ram causing issues all ...


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The dump shows hardware issues: ******************************************************************************* * * * Bugcheck Analysis * * * ...



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