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From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 09 Oct 2008 18:26:09 +0200

Paige, Audrey wrote:
> I am a PC tech and my CAD department recently asked me to set them up
> using TortoiseSVN to retrieve files from Neato Robotics website. Our CAD
> users have Dell M90’s, and use Wildfire Pro Engineer software that
> requires some very specific hardware to run properly.
> I have installed the TortoiseSVN on two of their laptops, both of which
> blue screen as soon as they try to synchronize with the main file for
> the first time. I was able to successfully run it on a Dell D630, but
> all of the users that need to use this are running the M90’s…
> Is there any fix that may help me to get this running on their computers?

a BSOD can only be caused by faulty hardware of a bad driver. An
application *can not* cause a BSOD, ever (unless you're using Win98).

--> update your drivers (most likely harddrive, IDE, chipset)
and check the system log for messages about bad disk sectors, and run
the memory check tool - faulty RAM may also be a possibility.


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Received on 2008-10-09 18:26:33 CEST

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