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Thread: Why Computers Sometimes Crash!!!

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    Talking Why Computers Sometimes Crash!!!

    Why Computers Sometimes Crash!!!

    If a packet hits a pocket on a socket on a port,
    and the bus is interrupted at a very last resort,
    and the access of the memory makes your floppy disk abort,
    then the socket packet pocket has an error to report.

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    Calgary, AB Canada
    What the hell. I read that in a Cyber Jokes book. Why don't you give credit to the people who made that up?

    BTW, wtf does this thread have to do w/ anything neways? All I can tell you is that your computer crashes if it uses any M$ products. My computer has NEVER crashed while running Linux but when its running Windoze, it freezes up, all the time, uses all my 384 megs of RAM, nearly 3 gigs of swap, and still demands more. 3 of the 8 computers I've owned in the past 5 years have crashed (one nearly beyond my ability to repair) when running Windoze. Linux is great. It still need work, but for a company that releases FREE copies of its OS you can't expect them to make billions of dollars and grow like weeds in your garden! Linux is doing excellent, as long as M$ can't touch it, it will continue to be that way...
    Alcohol & calculus don't mix. Never drink & derive.

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    I d0nt run winbl0ws dumbass.
    We run linux solaris and freebsd, goto s3c.ath.cx or click on the www button before you assume somebody runs windows.

    The S3C group
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    Hacking is a way of life not a hobby

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    You are such a ****ing loser you know that...
    y0u th1nk jo0 r l337

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