Hello Richard - you are waxing philosophical. I approve. I agree with your
assumption - 100%. I also disagree - 100%.
Have you not had experience with an issue that had two opposite
explanations - both credible and perhaps both even provable by rock solid
scientific logic. I do not even have to cite the X-Files - & the Mulder &
Scully character foils who each cite opposite explanations for the identical
phenomenon - both credible. I can cite the KPTS show I caught last week.
Catch it? Stephen Hawking's genius formula for the understanding of black
holes - based upon unchallengeable mathematical certainty - contradicting
Einstein's universally accepted formula for the conservation of matter and
OK - so we're not about physics or rocket science here. We both lack
sufficient evidence for our opposing assumptions. Our objectivity is also
unquestionably suspect. I am not proven 'dead wrong' and neither are you.
As of now I believe we are equally distant from the truth of the matter.
Time will tell.
Cheers - Skeptic
"Richard G. Harper" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> The last time I saw this on a system (server) it was a failing UPS causing
> the system to shut down unexpectedly. Replacing the UPS fixed the
> problem. Honestly, the error means exactly what it says - due to an
> unknown event the system was unexpectedly powered down. It was not a
> Windows fault or the fault would be logged. So start looking at things
> that could cause the system to lose power and you're heading in the right
> direction. This is not a Windows flaw, not a Temple Mystery nor is it a
> Bermuda Triangle event.
> "Skeptic" <email@example.com> wrote in message