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Random Kernel Panics in Fedora 18 since 3.7.2-204 Why?

So I've been having a lot of random kernel panic occurrences since the update to 3.7.2-204 in my Fedora 18 (64 Bit) with Gnome Shell. No propietary drivers are in use in this system... I'm just working and suddenly this "Black screen of death" appears:

Kernel Panic

After that, I have to forcibly power off the computer or wait 30 seconds to the system to reboot, the computer then operates normally and suddenly (random ocassions) The kernel panic appears sometimes.

Why is this happening? How can I fix it?

Random Kernel Panics in Fedora 18 since 3.7.2-204 Why?

So I've been having a lot of random kernel panic occurrences since the update to 3.7.2-204 in my Fedora 18 (64 Bit) with Gnome Shell. No propietary drivers are in use in this system... I'm just working and suddenly this "Black screen of death" appears:

Kernel Panic

After that, I have to forcibly power off the computer or wait 30 seconds to the system to reboot, the computer then operates normally and suddenly (random ocassions) The kernel panic appears sometimes.

Why is this happening? How can I fix it?

P.S. I can confirm the problem still exists in 3.7.4-204.fc18.x86_64

Random Kernel Panics in Fedora 18 since 3.7.2-204 Why?

So I've been having a lot of random kernel panic occurrences since the update to 3.7.2-204 in my Fedora 18 (64 Bit) with Gnome Shell. No propietary drivers are in use in this system... I'm just working and suddenly this "Black screen of death" appears:

Kernel Panic

After that, I have to forcibly power off the computer or wait 30 seconds to the system to reboot, the computer then operates normally and suddenly (random ocassions) The kernel panic appears sometimes.

Why is this happening? How can I fix it?

P.S. I can confirm the problem still exists in 3.7.4-204.fc18.x86_64