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So, there I am typing away at whatever and boom. Full system seizure. I restart and no wireless. After monkeying around with that for a good 20 minutes, I finally just unplugged the dongle and plugged it back in and it started working.

Then I reboot and I had issues with alsa. During my boot it said something like "Unknown Hardware: Intel-HDA ALC889" and then a whole bunch of nonsense.

I fixed that. Then the scanner/printer weren't working again.

I didn't have any problems with this freezing until I installed the kernel26-ck. Something is not right with that.
    
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So, there I am typing away at whatever and boom. Full system seizure. I restart and no wireless. After monkeying around with that for a good 20 minutes, I finally just unplugged the dongle and plugged it back in and it started working.

Then I reboot and I had issues with alsa. During my boot it said something like "Unknown Hardware: Intel-HDA ALC889" and then a whole bunch of nonsense.

I fixed that. Then the scanner/printer weren't working again.

I didn't have any problems with this freezing until I installed the kernel26-ck. Something is not right with that.
Why don't you boot with your previous kernel and make sure the issues are not present in the other kernel as well?
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Yeah, it could be a bunch of things. You can also try any number of kernels, or compile a vanilla one with your own patches (you'll get there hehe). Just boot the original kernel, if it happens you'll know it wasn't the ck patches. You could even try the kernel26-mainline, it's just the new 2.6.37 kernel as opposed to the 2.6.36 (I think, they might have updated).
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That's what I'm doing. I'm running the stock kernel now.
    
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Well, it's hard to move to a custom kernel without looking at some troubleshooting afterwards.
Did you change any settings in the PKGBUILD during compilation? Sounds like missing modules to me.
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