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Funny: Why you lock your computer when your gone.

Unread postby KGhaleon » January 30th, 2007, 6:35 pm

So I came home yesterday after a boring day at work and found my windows XP operating system acting buggy and psychotic(more than usual). Whenever I pressed my right mouse button, it would prompt me if I would like to delete everything on my desktop(O_O) and if I tried to open or click on anything it would generate some freaky explorer errors. I had to hard boot it.

At first I suspected an intruder, but then noticed after looking over my desk that there was cat hair everywhere.



My cat slept on my keyboard while I was gone.

I didn't raise no hax0r kitty. >=( No tuna for her. I properly locked it down before leaving this morning, and my screensaver is set for password protection when I'm away. Hopefully that won't happen again. Yes, I did check it...no infections. It's not even on the internet or connected to anything right now. :p

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Unread postby MMJ » January 30th, 2007, 11:47 pm

Lmao, good one. :D
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