I have a dual boot desktop. 1.- Booting from Win 7 running on a HD Western Digital Caviar Black is fine, internet connection works fine and the Operating System do not freeze.
2.- But when I boot from the Host PCLinuxOS LXDE in an Intel 240GB, Series 520 SSD, this is having a lot of problems to connect to the internet, I have an intermittent and slow connection, and Linux randomly freeze, so I have to reset the desktop and it is the same equipment and connection.
2.1 I work with Linux since 2003 I have never seen so stable OS like this, this is the first time in 9 years I have seen Linux to go freeze and experience Internet connection problems. I have same LXDE PCLinuxOS version in my laptop that is also a Core i7, but do not have an SSD, and it connects fast to the Internet and never got freeze.
So I suspect the problem is the SSD, because it is the only thing different I have in my Desktop. Linux do not work fine since I installed the Intel 520 SSD in the Desktop.
3.- Intel SSD Toolbox in the Win 7 indicates that the SSD is 100% Healthy and it has 100% Life.
4.- Can somebody help me to find the solution?
Does these SSD series 520 require special setup in the Linux OS and what it is?
The Linux community recommended to update to kernel-3.2.18-pclos1.pae.bfs this solved the problem, the old kernel did not have a driver for the new Network card. Internet connection is working fine, I only had one crash today so I will monitor more close, this new kernel is still in test for the Linux Distribution that I use.