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#1 Darmoe


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Posted 02 July 2011 - 03:15 PM

Short Story but simple; 30+ year veteran of show biz come disabled due to MS and a short list of other chronic conditions (including middle-age). I pass most of my time by writing, watching movies and playing PC games (rarely anything on-line however).

Over the past week or two I've been getting "black outs" especially with movies (netflix) and games; the frame literally reduces and often goes down into the tray and in a couple of game situations I've had actual game crashes and yet, all tests indicate all is well with the machine but one little .exe error and thus, I'm here in hope y'all can help me retain my sanity and get this little issue straightened up ASAP.

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Posted 04 July 2011 - 07:46 PM

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