First off, let me apologize for the site’s horrid layout. Do to upgrading, I had to pick one of the out-of-the-box WordPress themes. Hopefully I’ll have something a bit better up in the next day or so.
As mentioned, I just did upgrade WordPress, from 2.5.x to 3.7.1. Since you’re reading this, there’s a good chance that you also were doing something similar. If this is the case, and you haven’t already done so, I would suggest reading Upgrading WordPress – Extended Instructions over at Codex.
Here’s a shot of an error message that Windows kept giving me this morning. Normally an error like this I would just ignore and carry on doing whatever it was that I was doing at the time. But this one was different. Vista would keep popping this one up whenever I tried to click on something, such as the Start menu, Taskbar (off topic, but it’s weird that Windows Live Writer says that “Taskbar” is spelt wrong) or even the Desktop.
Sorry for the crummy quality, but I couldn’t do a Print Screen and open up my favourite graphics application, MS Paint, to save it.
In case you’re wondering, Vista doesn’t close when I clicked on the “End Process” button.
Update: February 10th, 2008
Ginormous ‘Blue Screen of Death’ Hits Las Vegas
About a month or so ago I came across this error message in SQL Server 2000 whenever I tried to test out YetAnotherForum (YAF) on my machine. I followed the instructions and created the database and the user like their instructions said. I even recreated the user and tried different settings, then recreated the database and then the user, but with no luck.
Finally, I searched Google, and found the simple answer, and VOILA,
Darth Vader’s my father bob’s my uncle.