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Friendly Face of Death (Windows 10)!

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I had a more severe reaction one time in Linux.  I don't remember if it was Redhat. Ubuntu or what.  When I came up to the XWindow manager and logged in, all seemed fine.  But when I right clicked on the desktop clock to set the time, my monitor went out of sync.  I had to power it down and kill the power on the tower to avoid burning out the video hardware.

Whatever distro it was, it was gone!  Can't leave a time bomb like that lying around.

In response to Mr. Spector's article and his screenshot above, a quick Google search shows that error is most likely due to faulty hardware or a misbehaving device driver.

If Mr. Spector's computing skills match his investigative writing skills then I'm sure he just ran blindly full speed into the Windows 10 upgrade without doing any research on how compatible his hardware might be.

In response to Mr. Spector's article ...-Innuendo (August 29, 2015, 09:42 AM)
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I didn't recognize his name, when I first read the article, but I might very well have been too impressed with him merely for writing professionally:


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