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____/ Lusotec on Saturday 23 Jul 2011 23:44 : \____
> John Slade wrote:
>> I've been using Windows 7 and XP and both have been
>> extremely stable for me. Well at least when I'm using them for
>> tings like running a server or doing something that doesn't
>> require a lot of graphics, sound and memory. The only crashes
>> I've had have come from poorly written games. Linux becomes less
>> stable when I run games on it too.
> The problem is (most likely) not in the games but in the graphic drivers.
> The last time I remember having stability issues, some years back, was due
> to a buggy nVidia driver. Downgrading to the previous version and skipping
> that buggy version solved the problem.
What was the name of game/s that caused problems?
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