Question about Computers & Internet
No, your OS said it shut down your computer to prevent damage. It's not generic to all PCs. You have to filter (censor, really) messages according to their sources, and read up on the OS and other software you use to see what might have been meant. For example if a USA law is passed called the 'Child Consumption Elimination Act,' it actually means that it's legally the child's fault if something eats it, not that juvenile pneumonias are being prevented.
Moreover, if something were wrong enough to fix, you would need to cite the source and some details of the error message or indications you got.
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
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