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[TSVN] Re: BUG: Corrupting folders/files in Windows XP Home?

From: Josh Green <the_real_yoshi_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2005-10-05 09:38:21 CEST

Molle Bestefich <molle.bestefich <at> gmail.com> writes:

> Simon Large wrote:
> > Have you checked your RAM? There is a good free ram tester available on
> > the internet, can't remember the URL right now.
> It's http://www.memtest.org/.
> > If you are still convinced it is SVN, you could try
> > reporting it on the users <at> subversion.tigris.org
> Perhaps try and reproduce with the command line client first?

Yeah, did use that program (great tool)
Havn't tried command line

I've called Acer and complained to them (manufacturers of the laptop) And
they're just gonna replace the motherboard and HDD. So if it STILL happens
after that, then I can't see what else it could possibly be.

I am using SVN over the network, but only using the svn:// URL's
I'll get back to you after my laptop has been wiped..

You're right though, I'm using SVN on my other computer (just for the demo's of
the current work) and it's working great, havn't had ANY troubles, it is XP Pro
though and I don't edit on there, so I dunno if it would make a difference....

Oh well, will get back to you after acer recon's they are done

Sorry to bore you guys with my troubles!


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