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Old 07-10-2008, 09:28 AM   #1
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I thought what better thing to do than post your ridiculous operating system failures.
I got a rather entertaining one today.
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Old 07-10-2008, 09:55 AM   #2
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Im sorry i cant chip in but i stopped using windows a while a go.....
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I had an anitvirus software block its own updates once as they were unsafe.
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Microsoft security thing blocks it own software all the time
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Hmm... let me think... when was the last time Linux failed on me...

Oh noes! I can't think of one! :p


However, I can say that one time, Maya crashed on my XP box and Windows decided to be helpful and create a crash report with a crash dump (a file that contains the contents of the memory at the time of the crash to help Bill fix his OS), which actually caused Windows to crash again. The help was more dangerous than Maya crashing. That's Windows for you!
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Hmm... let me think... when was the last time Linux failed on me...

Oh noes! I can't think of one! :p


However, I can say that one time, Maya crashed on my XP box and Windows decided to be helpful and create a crash report with a crash dump (a file that contains the contents of the memory at the time of the crash to help Bill fix his OS), which actually caused Windows to crash again. The help was more dangerous than Maya crashing. That's Windows for you!
Run maya on linux then.. Maybe???....
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lol!

I've got the Windows version though...
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