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Condor
70d

A blue screen a day,
keeps the productivity away!!

FUCK!!!

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  • 1
    A blue day!
    A screen day!
    ERE THE SUN RISES!
  • 2
    How do you get blue screens?
    I got two this year...
  • 4
    @GyroGearloose no idea, "features" perhaps 🤔
  • 1
    @Condor Maybe hardware?
    One of my BSOD was when I got my graphics card and then had to get a new power source.
  • 4
    This rant made me chuckle in two ways. One is the familiar BSOD joke. Another is probably only people from my country will get it.

    We call porn materials, blue materials in our slang. So blue books, blue pics and blue screens mean you are watching something definitely unproductive for sure 😛
  • 1
    @cursee wich country and why?
  • 2
    @GyroGearloose Myanmar. And I don't know the origin of it :3

    We are weak in documenting our language and history :3
  • 0
    @cursee And why people there get BSOD more?
  • 3
    @GyroGearloose ah majority of population is muggles here. So.
  • 5
    @cursee the more you know, haha 🤣
    *heads off to watch some blue screens*
    😏😏💦
  • 3
    @cursee
    Oh... That's not just there.
    I live in Portugal, Europe and it looks like muggles are getting dumber and dumber here...
    I guess is part of the culture and what TV-Shows...
  • 1
    Last time i saw a blu screen was on win 7, once faulty hdd and once faulty ram... It can still happen, but mainly gor crappy hw/drivers/sw specially if you get one per day
  • 2
    @GyroGearloose often hardware failure, my laptop blue screened for a while until I cleaned some dust in it.
  • 2
    @dontbeevil any suggestions as to how to troubleshoot it? I've got an unstable btrfs driver installed but I don't think that that's the problem.. I think that it may have to do with Chrome Canary, but should a userspace application really be able to crash the kernel?
  • 1
    @Condor You have joined on the fun too ? Ahhh thanks.
  • 2
    @Haxk20 of course 🙃 I'ma take a short break for now though, since after a few 100 comments, devRant on Android seems to slow down to a crawl.. I think that it doesn't unload the comments, allocating just more and more memory as you go down.. but not sure.
  • 1
    @Condor Break ? You dont need to continue. But well i cant stop from doing it. LOL Thanks man. This got me closer to my goal of TOP 20.
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    @Haxk20 congrats 😁
  • 1
    Using Linux each day keeps the bluescreen away.
  • 1
    @Astatos everywhere except for this shitty Acer turd T_T
  • 1
    @Condor first of all I'd suggest you ram and hdd/sdd with some sw, I don't remember some name, was many years ago 🙂 about some sw/driver that can crash the os, I'll let you know, now I'm not next to pc
  • 0
    @Astatos yeah... but you can have kernel panic and segmentation fault... sounds cooler no?
  • 1
    @Condor you have few options:
    - you can check this new tool (I didn't try) https://thewindowsclub.com/windows-...
    - you can check here https://howtogeek.com/222730/...
    - or here https://howtogeek.com/school/...
  • 1
    @dontbeevil Thanks for the suggestions! Unfortunately however my Windows installation for some bizarre reason shat itself so bad recently that I decided to reinstall (well, reset) the whole thing. That seems to have solved some of the issues. Still some strange BSOD's going though, like just a day or so ago something where the NTFS driver shat itself, in a very ironic case where I wanted to reboot because the network shares mysteriously disappeared and Windows Explorer became completely unresponsive. I could open new instances of it, but when opening My Computer it'd always get stuck loading.. for ages. Which by the way is still the case to some extent.. turns out that Windows Defender was one of the culprits. So I disabled that, not like I need it anyway. But I digress. When I went to reboot the computer to fix the network shares issue, during shutdown - during fucking shutdown! - the damn thing BSOD's again, probably because the NTFS driver finally crashed completely, lol. I just.. I can't wrap my head around this. I want to try out some of the drugs that Microsoft's engineers take when they develop this mess :') maybe that'll help me understand it. Windows 7 was so much better than this "final culmination of all Microsoft's OS's, one for all"... Unfortunately this machine doesn't want to run anything but Windows 10.
  • 0
    @Condor mmm that's really strange... No clue 🤔 but looks like more hw fault for me... Is it a cheap one?
  • 1
    @dontbeevil not really, paid €600 for it in 2015. So mid-range I'd say? Also since when is a crashed NTFS driver - a filesystem driver that Microsoft developed as their go-to filesystem! - a hardware error? Not everything is hardware errors or unstable third-party drivers, you know.
  • 0
    @Condor if you're 100% sure that's not faulty HW... again no clue
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