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[ale] system freezes

> 3) Also, you might want to do a memory test (memtest86) to make sure
> that you don't have bad memory floating around. In addition, if you have
> swap < 2X memory and you are running a kernel < 2.4.10 then you might
> have some issues as well.
I had a similar problem with an Asus board.  Turned out it was a memory 
issue.  I did run memtest86 and it tested my memory just fine.  I ran the 
test for an entire weekend.  I out the memory in another system and it 
worked just fine.   I ended up getting memory from crucial.  Its been up 
ever since I put the memory from crucial in.  

Please report back once you've solved the problem

Good luck

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