Re: blue screen after second install
Sure wish you would go over and help those poor souls in the Mac group -
they need it. If Mac's were so great - more people would be using them but
obviously they are not.
I did look at Mac's last year when I was considering replacing a few
workstations. Walked into the Apple store and was greeted (if that's what a
shuffle and a "kin-I-help-ya" from a wet nose, arrogant salesperson is).
After he went on about how bad my old workstations were and Windows - he
really turned me off. Really impressed the hell out of me - he did.
Oh yes, and the fact that I would have to replace over $8K in CAD software
to get the Mac versions wasn't really comforting after seeing the inflated
prices on the Apple hardware.
But thanks for letting us know that Apple has now recruited trolls to sell
their systems - they do need all the help they can get. Hell, even M$
invested $150M in them awhile back - or was that the Bill & Melinda
Foundation making a charitable contribution.............I forget....;-)
"Albright" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> nelson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> The installation goes fine until the second reboot, at that point I get
>> blue screen of death with following message.
>> 0X0000000A (0X000000000_0X00000001B_0X000000001_0X81829194)
>> AMD 64_X2 4800
>> Asus A8N32_SLI DELUXE
>> 3GB DDR 400 PC 3200
>> XFX GeForce 6800 extreme
> you probably should consider getting a Mac with these sorts of errors.
> Microsoft clearly didn't have Vista ready to ship, but they did it
> anyway. OSX is the one to beat anyway, so save yourself the trouble
> going forward and just move on up to a Mac. All your legacy code will
> still run, but you'll get the more modern software of OSX which is the
> gold standard in computing today.