1 week ago 1 week ago The Elder Scrolls by Staff 1 week ago1 week ago Post PaginationPrevious PostPreviousNext PostNextLike it? Share with your friends! 38 38 points Dennisch Ah, that reminds me of simpler times. Netscape. Altavista. A blue screen of death because of WIndows 98. Coffeeinator3000 HA! I remember the blue screen of death in windows 3.1! Shivers Starting MS-DOS… HIMEM is testing extended memory… done. Microsoft(R) MS-DOS (C) Microsoft Corp 1981-present C:>_ (I mean, unless you want me to bore you with tales of tape decks on my TI-99…) Vladislav Richter C:>format c:_ Shivers WARNING! ALL DATA ON DISK C WILL BE LOST! ARE YOU SURE? (Y/N/ABORT/MAYBE/WHOAMI/HEYJUDE) _ Vladislav Richter c:>echo “don’t make it bad” Shivers 10 FOR a song = sad 20 GOSUB makeitbetter 30 NEXT a Vladislav Richter c:>move HER c:HEART && start MkBetter.exe “song.wav” Shivers Crap, I think we have a programming loop, it’s going back to “makeitbetter” again. ….Oh man, forget that, have you seen the recursion at the end?! Vladislav Richter Ctrl^C Shivers XD Das Puggy Nah. Rev. Analbumcover Adding the line “autoexec.bat” at the end of the autoexec.bat file… Vladislav Richter 3.1 did not have BSOD but it had blue screen triggerd by pressing Ctrl+Alt+Delete which allowed killing current application. Dennisch Liar! 3.1 was super stable! Fucking slow with internet though. BearnieZardoz I remember Guru Meditation *sigh* Raedwulf If you liked Netscape, you might like Seamonkey, browser/email with the nearly the same layout I miss my OS/2, far more stable than 95, but Bill didn’t like developers working with other OS’ so it locked the better platform out. Anyway here’s the link for Seamonkey http://www.seamonkey-project.org/ BearnieZardoz I had a collegue once who was always in tears when it came to O/S… “OS half, as he used to call it, was soooo much better” was his standard sentence.