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    Default Blue Screen of Death

    I just created a new folder in Windows Explorer and got the BSD. However, NoF 12 was also running (as was Photoshop CS5) so it must obviously be NetObjects' fault.

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    They should have stuff in NOF that fixes Windows!! It's so irresponsible!
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    the blue screen (if enabled to stay on screen) will give you the clue as to which hardware caused the issue

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    There's not that much code involving Windows on any given machine. No-brainer-stuff. Sure, NOF may have a simple line or two. Big whuup.

    And most certainly, it's what's not shown on the BSD that give the most accurate and obvious clues. Could you please do a screen-snap and forward it up to this board for us all to learn from and ponder?

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    Well, I do have a bottle of Laphroaig in the cabinet. Will that do?

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    "What will we do... what will we do".

    Good sir, I do believe the Laphroaig of which you speak may require proper investigation!

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