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When i sign off or log off, a full screen windows to say a problem has occerd and that i need to get with my manufacturer, to see if there is an update for windows and i should disable "Bios memory and to disable caching or shadows. i have no idea what or where that is. tyvm beverlhrr@aol.com

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Wow, what version of Windows tells you that?  Sounds like an old version you should ignore.  Seriously, if it can't explain its problem properly, and checking whatever error code it gives at TechNet (Microsoft's) then it doesn't deserve your bother.

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