Sounds to me, then, that you might want to contact the makers of VMware to
see if there's any known bugs with the Duron 1000 processor.
On Tue, 8 Jan 2002, Olaf Fr±czyk wrote:
> On 2002.01.08 16:39:08 +0100 Seth Mos wrote:
> > At 16:17 8-1-2002 +0100, Olaf =?iso-8859-2?Q?Fr=B1czyk?= wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> I changed my motherboard (I had Abit BP6 -BX440 chipset with Celeron)
> >> to Asus A7V-133 (kt133A) with Duron 1000, and I have crashes with
> >> VMware. Also checked A7V (kt133) with Duron 700. The system is stable.
> I didn't wrote it clear here:
> On both motherboards (A7V and A7V-133) I have problem with vmware.
> And on both motherboards the system (linux) is stable.
> > The Duron 1000 has a newer core then the 700 so I suggest fetching a
> > bios update if you don't have the latest yet.
> Yes ;) I tried both BIOSes - the original, and the latest one. On both
> Olaf Fraczyk