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# 1 19-04-2003 , 01:14 AM
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Gotta switch to a MAC..



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# 2 19-04-2003 , 01:29 AM
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ROTFLMAO.
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# 3 19-04-2003 , 04:36 AM
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you only get teh BSOD if your a stupid ass MAC user who dosent know anythign about PCs.


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# 4 19-04-2003 , 04:44 AM
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Originally posted by Ultragames
you only get teh BSOD if your a stupid ass MAC user who dosent know anythign about PCs.

user added image Huh?
I didn´t get that bud. :p

# 5 19-04-2003 , 05:58 AM
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Originally posted by Ultragames
you only get teh BSOD if your a stupid ass MAC user who dosent know anythign about PCs.

fishing for compliments?:o

EDIT: Adl: As I am not familiar with this kind of language I only can guess: I think he means stupid ass Mac users cannot play the movie... how does he know....?user added image


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# 6 19-04-2003 , 07:00 AM
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He meant you only get the "blue screen of death" if you are a mac user that doesnt know anything about running a PC. user added image, yep.. i never get the bsod user added image. BTW, rotflmao, that is so funny that i had to play it 3 times.. man, great stuff. user added image.


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# 7 19-04-2003 , 07:05 AM
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Oh, the blue screen of death.
Haven´t got her since the HD crash ... that would be almost two years ago. Windows 2K, and Xp seem to be quite reliable. (Even for my box)

# 8 19-04-2003 , 07:12 AM
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yea, see.. the thing is... Windows XP rarely.. if never will pop up with a BSOD.. but it does crash on you every once in a while.. right? This is because they mask it over with the image of your desktop.. and you could get a bsod.. but they have just discared those errors so people think there is never a bsod. Anyways, windows XP (professional of course) is a wonderful operating system, and for every day use and wide program acceptance, its the perfect OS for my computer. Ok, im gone for the night.. cya tommorow.


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# 9 19-04-2003 , 07:13 AM
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Hmm, didn´t know that masking stuff. Interesting marketing tactic if you ask me. Lol.

I think I might have gotten some bsod´s then. :p

# 10 19-04-2003 , 07:34 AM
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maybe they're called Desktops of Death now? user added image

# 11 19-04-2003 , 07:55 AM
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Lol, Guess so. At least mine looks cool. :p

# 12 19-04-2003 , 09:38 AM
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If i ever get a bsod, I will consider my self a failure! If you know what your doing, you wont get them. The Mac, are for those who need things to be simple. Very simple. The problem with them, is once to do anything even remotly not simple, they freak out. Ever start up a Mac and have a folder with a ? mark on it? Or it desides it cant find the OS, and smiles at you until you unplug it?


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# 13 19-04-2003 , 09:49 AM
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# 15 19-04-2003 , 03:13 PM
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HAHA. Thats some funny stuff. Yea, ever since I got rid of Windows 95/98, I havent gotten the bsod. XP and 2000 are really good, IMO. I use XP Professional, and I rarely have problems. user added image


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