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SubjectRe: memory testing [was: Re: General protection fault in kswapd in 2.0.18]
In, article <>,
Charlie Wilkinson <> writes:
> Another handy trick is to spray freon on a suspect component and chill
> it down. Sometimes this will thermal-shock a borderline component into
> failure mode. Freon itself is virtually outlawed in the states, but I'm
> sure there must be some substitute available, probably at twice the
> price and almost as harmful to the ozone. (What, me cynical?) Check
> with your local electronics supply house or audio-video repair shop.
Method of choice: liquid nitrogen. Cheap, environmentally friendly, but
don't overdo it (-50 degC is a bit too cold for electronics).

> In Blythe, California, a city ordinance declares that a person must own
> at least two cows before he can wear cowboy boots in public.

A beautiful woman moved in next door. So I went over and returned a cup of
sugar. "You didn't borrow this." "I will."
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