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Old 05-23-2004, 01:56 PM   #1
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Lightbulb can somebody tell me how to crash a windows XP computer?

can somebody tell me how I can crash a windows xp computer with DOS? I want to know how.
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Old 05-23-2004, 02:25 PM   #2
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ok first why do u need to no
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Old 05-23-2004, 03:19 PM   #3
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Default RE:can somebody tell me how to crash a windows XP computer?

well, I just bought a computer running windows xp, and I wanted to expirment with it, and I have been expirmenting with dos and I thought it would be interesting to see if I could make it crash.
I guess i'm just board and I want to see what I could do to screw it up, just for fun.
maybe I'm wierd, i don't know.
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umm yes u r wierd
there is more fun things than screwing up ur own system.....well tht would be fun but sorting it out after woulds wouldnt be
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well, i have a regular system that I use and keep my files on and stuff, and i don't intend on crashing it, this is a slower, kind of downgraded system I bought cheap just to expirment with.
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I think that you are trying to screw up your computer so you can get your parents to buy you a new one. But thats just me.
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well,you're right about that.
it's just you.
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Turn it on,get to Windows,select Dos Prompt if there is one.
Type Goodby
Then pull the power supply plug out.This will really F you up.
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LOL too much fun.
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Install Windows 3.1 on a nice big chunky new computer - if you want to waste time. You could even try to get it to go on the internet if you wanted.

The big question is - what are you on?
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