Mac OS X Blue Screen of Death

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While upgrading to OS X 10.5 today I encountered the Blue Screen of Death, which is apparently a prevalent problem when making the transition from Tiger to Leopard. Unfortunately, since I couldn’t, you know, use my computer to get online, I had to come up with my own workaround: installing Leopard on my second partition, copying my applications, music, documents, and user profile, and then wiping the original installation and repeating the process (the second partition is slated for a Windows XP install).

Anyhoo, considering the incredibly positive experiences I’ve had with my Mac in the past, I was of course disappointed in the Leopard upgrade, but I’m up and running and everything is working fine now.

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