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  1. Reaper
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    Reaper Tͩ͒ͥ̈́ͧ̓͑̆̂

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    I showed my faulty Windows 2000 computer to my longtime friend and he said it 'freezes' a lot? I had tried putting it on the stove but I experience no performance enhancements. Do I need to order a special computer heater? Thanks for your help, guys. [​IMG]
     
  2. mercluke

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    what's that you say?
    fail?

    when they said "failure is your only option" they didn't mean it like that
     
  3. chuckstudios

    chuckstudios Putting the pro in procrastination

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    What you need to do is stick something over the exhaust fans. That way heat will accumulate inside the case and it won't freeze anymore.
     
  4. Hehe Moo

    Hehe Moo Moo?

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    I found that when I peed on mine, it stopped freezing. But the smell that came with the pee was also removable by laying a turd on it.
     
  5. Vulpes Abnocto

    Vulpes Abnocto Drinks, Knows Things

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    Bad Moo! Don't encourage this!

    *beats Moo mercilessly*

    ...


    ....oh....crap...sorry about that.
    I had a Black & White flashback.
     
  6. Reaper
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    Reaper Tͩ͒ͥ̈́ͧ̓͑̆̂

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    Now it won't even boot up [​IMG]
    I was thinking of buying a $12 laptop from a Chinese company called Good Luck Stuff
    So I will go to a ghetto to pick it up.
     
  7. Veho

    Veho The man who cried "Ni".

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    You need a USB heater to prevent freezing.

    [​IMG]
     
  8. xcalibur

    xcalibur Gbatemp's Chocolate Bear

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    Don't listen to him!
    USB heaters are innefficient. Use a USB bonfire instead.
     
  9. science

    science science rules

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    [​IMG]
     
  10. Mewgia

    Mewgia drifter

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    Or a real bonfire.

    I recommend jumping into the fire after you put your computer in it to make sure it has stopped freezing. This checking procedure takes about 20 minutes, though.