BACK UP NOW!
On 2/28/06, Michael Treacy <delphi91 at hotmail.com> wrote:
>> Many thanks for all your suggestions.
>> Don't ask me how, but the problem seems to have fixed itself (at least for
> the time being). I turned on the laptop again having left it for 10-15
> and lo and behold it booted normally. No sign of any problems!!
>> Haven't tried it today so not sure about its current status but
> hopefully..:) Definitely gotta do a backup this evening just in case
> go pearshaped again and are non-recoverable the next time.
>> >BTW, what crashed? Something dodgy or something dead reliable? If
> >the latter, your hardware life expectancy is shortened
>> I was getting a few problems looking at a pdf file. I was using Konquerer
> and on clicking on the file, not all pages would show. The application
> seemed to slow down. A copy of it was running when I went to shutdown last
> night. Maybe this was the problem?
> MSN Toolbar now comes with Windows Desktop Search - FREE download!
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