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    dear fellows,

    I have notice on my Touchpad random reboots. Is there a way to determine what or why is this happening?
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    Quote Originally Posted by edwineel View Post
    dear fellows,

    I have notice on my Touchpad random reboots. Is there a way to determine what or why is this happening?
    I don't know the answer but I came home the other day, my Touchpad laying on my bed with cover flipped on angle. As I was about to put my Pre on the charger on my night stand the Touchpad lit up and the volume went beep beep etc to full volume. I usually keep the volume at level 2 bar. Scared the heck out of me! Started to think I watch too much Ghost Adventures...
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    lol, not the same for me, but sometimes during night my Touchpad reboot and I hear that sound when you turn on it.
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    I've only had unintended reboots when it runs out of memory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edwineel View Post
    dear fellows,

    I have notice on my Touchpad random reboots. Is there a way to determine what or why is this happening?
    Random... What were you doing before it crashed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GMMan View Post
    Random... What were you doing before it crashed?
    that's the weird thing. Nothing. Usually is on exhibition mode.
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    Could be memory overloading. What if you turn off Exhibition and just leave the device alone for a while? Also good to have is Govnah (find in Preware). If you keep it running in the foreground, you can check every once in a while to see of the memory load has increased.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GMMan View Post
    Could be memory overloading. What if you turn off Exhibition and just leave the device alone for a while? Also good to have is Govnah (find in Preware). If you keep it running in the foreground, you can check every once in a while to see of the memory load has increased.
    good advice. I'll try it.

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