Cinnamon on Linux Mint 14 is much more stable than on Linux Mint 13, but your graphics card drivers might be buggy (common cause of problems).
xenopeek wrote:Depends on your system specifics If you want help from others here, share some details. A good way is to open the terminal application and type the following command followed by enter. Copy the output here. You can copy text to/from the terminal, see its Edit menu.
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xenopeek wrote:You can correct, normally a inxi -Gx would suffice--which gives only the details about the graphics card and driver as you have made bold in above. However, because slowness and buggyness can also be caused by other factors I prefer to also see things like CPU, memory usage, temperatures and such. Just to rule out other obvious culprits.
AMD graphics cards are not my experience, so I'm moving your topic to the graphics card section and updating your topic title to reflect request for assistance.
xenopeek wrote:Seems the ATI Madison would be one of the following four chips:
- Mobility Radeon HD 5650
- Mobility Radeon HD 5730
- Mobility Radeon HD 5750
- Mobility Radeon HD 5770
Perhaps that helps somebody else narrow down on what you can do to improve stability.
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