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Zer0day
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Can I at least save my work before you fucking finish collecting the error info?

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    Auto save?
    Also if MSOffice, it autosaves to temp files.
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    I feel you. My HP "lappy" just decided to not boot this morning because the CPU fan apparently stopped working during the night. I should have known better than to put it nicely on a shelf like that.
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    @Jilano you guys don't go to hibernation like most of the ppl hating windows bcuz of hibernation crashes?
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    Nice socks fam
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    @melezorus34 Nope, disabled that as well as fast boot. Mine is purely an HP issue with the EliteBook models.
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    @Jilano have you own hp laptops before? I've heard bad rumors about them from acquaintances. But I'll like to know you opinion on the matter
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    @JhonDoe Not personally, got this one from work too. They look good, but we seem to have a lot more issues with them than with the Dell ones we had before. Could just be a series problem, though. I've heard good thing about the x360 Envy (hybrid)

    What model are you looking for?
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    I bought an Asus 2 years back. The 2 biggest problems I have had: power supply coil whine and it sometimes boots weird and has sound distortion which requires a reboot. I also had some weird video card glitches, but I chalked that up to drivers. Been pretty satisfied with all of it. I am still wary of updates though.
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    @Jilano I’m convinced that Windows is the worst. I stopped using it many years ago.

    Now I’m back to it because I accepted an offer from a ridiculous company that don’t give devs the choice of development environment due to some fucking “regulations”.
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    I love these shits
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    @Jilano not a model in particular, just wanting to see if they had problems over all lines/models
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    @Zer0day just use punchcards, works everytime.
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    @JhonDoe Ok, well as I explained in my previous comments, we're having issues with the EliteBook models, especially cooling ones where the fan is either at 100% all the time or just stops working completely. That being said, those laptops are thinner than the Dell Latitude series (for example), so I'm not too surprised.

    I'd recommend reading a bit more on the subject though, my experiences might have been anecdotal after all.
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