MicroSoft Windows As Unstable As Ever!
For the last month, I’ve been trying to install Windows VISTA on my 6-month-old laptop. After my first aborted disaster, I spent twenty hours researching all the bugs and fixes and drivers and set aside an entire weekend to do a clean install and tinker.
Not enough time.
Two solid days and it still won’t work correctly. If the lease payments weren’t still owing, I’d throw the whole stupid mess over the cliff at North Point. No… on second thought that’s too good for it. I’d throw it down Auntie Moses’ sewage suck-well. That’ll learn it!
As I said a month ago when I tried to install VISTA…
Hell exists here on earth. The evil one walks, and he has a MicroSoft activation code.
Having survived – barely – a weekend of high-stress messages like “device driver not found” or “cline kernel error 687”, I couldn’t even smile when I saw the above photos of typical MicroSoft reliability on the scoreboard at Antigua’s brand new ultra-modern cricket stadium.
“Floating Point Division By Zero”
If I ever try to install Windows VISTA again, please…. KILL ME. JUST KILL ME.
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