>> I'd say it's almost certainly either a hardware problem or a software
and if it's no one of these you can get your money back :-)...
Try getting a reproducible fail, and see if anyone else gets
> it. If not, then start disabling drivers/removing pieces of kit until it
> doesn't break any more, and either stop using the driver that breaks
> stuff, or stop using the peiece of kit, or replace them with stuff that
> doesn't break.
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