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New PC = BSOD?

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Published on Mar 23, 2012

http://www.lockergnome.com/hardware/2... - It doesn't matter how much of a tech guru you are; sometimes a computer will frustrate you so much that you will want to throw that computer out a window. You may then want to take a different route outdoors yourself to where that computer landed and proceed to take a sledgehammer to the parts that failed to properly disassemble during the computer's meeting with the ground. You may then even want to load the stubborn remains of that computer with strategically placed M-80 firecrackers and proceed to light those firecrackers and watch your old friend explode. Parts will always remain, inevitably, so you'll want to take those remaining parts and toss them into a Blendtec, essentially incinerating what's left. If you're like me, you'll be feeling guilty at that point and will want to take the dusty remains out to sea for a proper burial. But should you really be so harsh to this infuriating technology? Remember: computers are people, too.

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