Happy Thursday! And for those folks like me who are
celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday, Happy Thanksgiving! I
know I wrote last week that I would not be delivering a
newsletter this week to you because of the holidays, but you
know what, there is always a bit of time on my hands to give
This time of year for me, is when I reflect deep in my heart
on all the people and things that surround me and be truly
grateful for them. I have many people to be thankful for,
like my family and friends, God, and of course, such people
as you, our CNET members. Day after day, week after week,
year after year, you find the time to read, contribute, and
help others whom you may not know. And this means a great
deal to me. So, to the members of our community and our
incredible group of dedicated volunteer forum moderators, I
thank you all for your patronage, your loyalty, and your
willingness to help one another. Without your voices, your
invaluable knowledge, and participation on our site, the
community newsletters and these forums wouldn't be possible.
You are appreciated! So again, thank you! I wish you all and
your family a safe and happy holiday!
Windows 7 computer, what do you mean you're "dumping memory"? Hello everyone. I am using Windows 7 when I play a game or go to
some Web pages. Sometimes my computer screen will turn blue and
display a message saying it's dumping memory? I am not a computer
whiz, but I have never had this happen before. I've used every
windows program since "95" and have never had this experience. Does
anyone else have this problem? What causes it and is there something I
can do to fix this issue? Thank you for your time.
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