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From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 09 Oct 2008 19:26:56 +0200

Paige, Audrey wrote:
> The BSOD only happens when I get to the point of the Tortoise
> installation that requires us to sync the Mechanical Folder to the
> one we created on the local PC. That is the only time it happens, and
> that is the same on both PC's...

That doesn't matter. TSVN simply *can not* cause a BSOD.

> We are running XP Pro. Possible a driver is conflicting with the
> process?

The only thing that can happen is that TSVN triggers the problem in a
driver or your hardware. Maybe your working copy is on a part of your
harddrive that's faulty. Or your drivers can't deal with the many disk
accesses TSVN has to do when checking/updating a working copy.

But since you have that problem on more than one machine: update your
drivers - that's the only thing that will help.


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Received on 2008-10-09 19:27:15 CEST

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