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    Boot Camp Issue - XP Crashes on brightness adjustment

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    Boot Camp Issue - XP Crashes on brightness adjustment
    Anyone else have XP crash when they try to adjust the brightness?

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    Boot Camp Issue - XP Crashes on brightness adjustment
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    mine crashes when i try to instal aim or when i do other simple instals

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    Boot Camp Issue - XP Crashes on brightness adjustment

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    Quote Originally Posted by campayne
    mine crashes when i try to instal aim or when i do other simple instals
    I haven't had that issue. I have tons of stuff installed.

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    Boot Camp Issue - XP Crashes on brightness adjustment
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    Quote Originally Posted by mynameis
    Anyone else have XP crash when they try to adjust the brightness?
    Mine does that... i want to slide it to protect my eyes but i just need to do a soft and gently click and the iMac restarts itself fast as **** (edit: i wrote -h.e.l.l- but i don't know why the system avoid that word)... anyway... sometimes crash and sometimes it doesn't. I prefer not take the risk moving it...

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    Boot Camp Issue - XP Crashes on brightness adjustment
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronald_poi
    Mine does that... i want to slide it to protect my eyes but i just need to do a soft and gently click and the iMac restarts itself fast as **** (edit: i wrote -h.e.l.l- but i don't know why the system avoid that word)... anyway... sometimes crash and sometimes it doesn't. I prefer not take the risk moving it...
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