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"A minimum of five of the seven keyholders ? one each from Britain, the U.S., Burkina Faso, Trinidad and Tobago, Canada, China, and the Czech Republic ? would have to converge at a U.S. base with their keys to restart the system and connect everything once again."

 

So how they gonna book their flights?

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Danger, Will Robinson!! :P

 

If you follow Winapp2.ini's link you will see a link to "Wwwyzzerdd, freakish master of the internet".

Might want to avoid that one.

 

I clicked on it, just for grins, and:

- It started opening popups

...I let it run...

- it opened 54 instances of Internet Explorer.

- Covered the screen w/ popups

- got a problem message from Dr Watson.

 

So much stuff was running that

- Locked up old HAL here tighter than Windows 98 on its worst day.

- I couldn't start process explorer or ctrl alt del to see what stuff was running.

- Could not terminate my network connection, had to physically pull the plug.

- After a while, was able to use process explorer to kill IE7

- all seems OK now, no apparent harm done, will know for sure after a restart.

 

Kind of exciting...I gotta get a life...

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Danger, Will Robinson!! :P

 

If you follow Winapp2.ini's link you will see a link to "Wwwyzzerdd, freakish master of the internet".

Might want to avoid that one.

 

I clicked on it, just for grins, and:

- It started opening popups

...I let it run...

- it opened 54 instances of Internet Explorer.

- Covered the screen w/ popups

- got a problem message from Dr Watson.

 

So much stuff was running that

- Locked up old HAL here tighter than Windows 98 on its worst day.

- I couldn't start process explorer or ctrl alt del to see what stuff was running.

- Could not terminate my network connection, had to physically pull the plug.

- After a while, was able to use process explorer to kill IE7

- all seems OK now, no apparent harm done, will know for sure after a restart.

 

Kind of exciting...I gotta get a life...

 

Try typing for /l %i in (1,1,10000) do start in the command-line. It should be even worse :lol:

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Try typing for /l %i in (1,1,10000) do start in the command-line. It should be even worse :lol:

 

Yep, sure was. Had to use the power switch. :blink: Would that harm a computer if it was run for long?

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