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In Debian-based OSes, the package manager will create a file, /var/run/reboot-required, if a patch requires a reboot. This file is deleted when the machine is restarted. See this AskUbuntu post for more information about how to determine which package required a reboot. To get the same functionality in yum, it appears that you need to install a third-party ...
If the ISP modem has a built in router, it's best to bridge the modem. Having 2 routers on the same line can cause connection problems: Link>http://www.practicallynetworked.com/networking/fixing_double_nat.htm and http://computer.howstuffworks.com/nat.htm If the modem can't be bridged then see if the modem has a DMZ option and input the IP address the router ...
From my experiences ,i would first try to reload os.and check condition of ssd,sometimes they last sometimes they dont.but if that doesnt work out loading os on ssd,then try loading on wd.Thats what i would try first.Ive beat my head against the wall for days on somethings that it was all os.
After looking at other people's comments, here is my theory: Its either that the hard drive is broken (or the DVD) Or that its something messing around with the boot sector. Can you confirm that your PC passes POST. If it doesn't, can we get some sort of beep codes ? If you go past POST, try to boot from a USB, to see where it goes.
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