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The World's Biggest Windows Blue Screen of Death

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The_Devil_Himself

die blizzard die! D3?





Olympic sized XP error


The opening ceremony at the Beijing Olympic games was - by all accounts - quite spectacular*. Especially the bit where Chinese gymnast Li Ning apparently jogged towards the torch despite being suspended more than 70 metres aloft.

The picture to the right shows him. It also shows an enormous Blue Screen of Death, a familiar sight to Quake gamers. More interestingly, it shows that BSOD running - or not running - on Windows XP rather than the more up-to-date Vista operating system.

According to Lenovo chairman, Yang Yuanqing, quoted in The Sydney Morning Herald, "If it's not stable, it could have some problems".

We wonder how ex-Microsoft CEO, Bill Gates - who was watching from the stands - felt about the whole thing.

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NucleusKore

TheSaint
[size=+5]Priceless[/size]

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There are somethings money can't buy..............

for everything else there's MasterCard..............

and off course Windows

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rhitwick

Democracy is a myth
ROFL...........LOL

BSOD.................exposed............
Wat we poor users r used to c now d whole world saw......................:D:D:D
 

iMav

The Devil's Advocate
Even I did not, but a reader on Giz, who shot the whole thing at Beijing confirmed its presence on his camcorder. :D
 
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krazzy

Techtree Reviewer
ROFL! :lol:

Although I must say had they used Linux instead of Windows, the poor guy would still be hanging up there, by the time they installed all the drivers. :D (Linux users don't get offended. Just a small joke)
 
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