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Just look what the thunderstorm did to my line errors last night

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Just look what the thunderstorm did to my line errors last night

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Re: Just look what the thunderstorm did to my line errors last night

I see no lightning damage there  Grin
I do see the attached picture's been corrected. (Preferred the original one though).
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Re: Just look what the thunderstorm did to my line errors last night

Embarrassed guess who posted the wrong pic before a quick edit
The original was from the Gigabyte website when I was trying to check the clearance between the cpu cooler and the memory slots before buying it
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Re: Just look what the thunderstorm did to my line errors last night

Back 'on topic'...  Cheesy
Odd how the error rate steadily increases (thunderstorm getting nearer I'd guess) but then just instantly levels off (suddenly no more errors), did someone switch the storms off at that point?
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Re: Just look what the thunderstorm did to my line errors last night

Nope - the PC was put into sleep mode at about 10.00pm and was switched back on in the morning