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Kernel Panic on Shutdown
This has just recently started happening:

On one of the machines on which I run Mint 19.3 Cinnamon, I am getting a 'kernel panic' after I tell it to shut down, and this means I have to force a power off.

Some details about my PC
Cinnamon version 4.4.8
processor: Intel Celeron G1610 2.60GHzx2
Memory: 4G
Hard Drive: 1TB (2x500GB)

This is a machine I upgraded from Mint 19.2 some time ago, so may have some redundant data.
I also have all my personal data backed up to an external USB hard drive, using the 'bu' script that Joe supplies.

As this issue happens on shutdown, should I be concerned?
Should I try to trace whatever fault is causing the panic?
Is it recommended that I reinstall Mint?
Never mind. I've gone with the reinstall option.
My system is now working Smile
It's sometimes the quickest way to resolve a fault.
Cliff Coggin
Mint 19.2 Cinnamon

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