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hello, so you do the thing with (-v "kernelcache" = /) after accelerated loading something and after pc reboots. whether gaseti a solution? . I mention that I have an i3 (3.1 GHz) ASRock H61M-vs 4gb ram ATI Radeon HD 5450 video card. 
Please if you could help. Thanks

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use -v -f -x 

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@

claudiu96

did you resolve your issue 

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