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Old 29th August, 2006, 02:55 PM
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Folding@Home also causes crashes. Also if you have set your refresh rate to something higher than standard in your display driver, or powerstrip, that will do it, or if you run Avast antivirus, that would do it.

Also, if you have BitTornado, Azureus, or uTorrent running, that will do it. If you have one of those TCP/IP speed enhancers, that will do it. If you were born on the 3rd, 8th, or 21st of a month, thats why, and if you are wearing any cotton, that could do it as well.
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