Holy cheese. The blue screen of death my arch nemesis
Batman? Not funny? Blasphemy.
… why are they still running on 9x, anyway? Shouldn’t they be on NT by now?
Not that NT doesn’t occasionally BSOD too (though it can only happen due to a hardware fault or kernelspace-equivalent bug — or, of course, on purpose), but the BSODs look distinctly different…
What? Are you 9x-ist? Sheez, some people…
Seriously, though? I run 9x on occasion since there are some things XP+ simply can’t handle. When I’m feeling masochistic, I’ll load up 3.x or Linux.
Damn you, Ethan! You went and broke the universe.
Nice. Another TvTropes feference
The Any Key! Where’s the Any Key?!?!?!?
I once booted up a ’95 without a keyboard plugged in(it was an accident). You want to know what the computer said?
“No keyboard was detected. Please press any key to continue.”
I chuckle everytime I think about that. The first time thoug, I did this:
I had the same thing happen the first time I tried to boot up my first (Win95) computer! Only the keyboard WAS connected, it just wasn’t reading it – so the message read “Lost connection with keyboard” instead. But still. The funny part? That was the only apparent glitch anybody I know ever had that could remotely be attributed to Y2k (it was a Christmas present that didn’t get booted up until New Year’s).
I think we fixed it by hard-rebooting and it was fine.
Still damn funny though.
What batman always funny
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