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On 06/04/2011 11:58, aqualung wrote:
that with MSO97 on Win2K mean time to BSOD was just on 60 minutes.
That's odd. Don't have MSO 2010, but with MSO 2007 under Windows 7 I have
It doesn't matter which version of windows with which version of MSO I
use, BSOD is the inevitable result.
You should ask for help on a Windows or MS Office forum.
Why? Especially considering that I do not use either, because both have
repeatedly proven that they are not yet ready for beta testing, much
less gamma testing.(The laptop I have came with Win7 & MSO2010 So I
tested that setup to see if it was an improvement over previous
versions, and discovered that it was worse.)
Or do you seriously think that somebody should put up with a mean time
of 100 seconds to BSOD, in addition to its other known points of
failure, instead of using tools that work as advertised, and is
compatible with tools on other platforms?
If Bing copied Google, there wouldn't be anything new worth requesting.
If Bing did not copy Google, there wouldn't be anything relevant worth
DaveJakeman 20110207 Groklaw.
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