Anti-Freezing Software

Robert Vosweide hongli at tref.nl
Mon Jun 1 05:00:09 EST 1998



> What's the difference between a big freeze and a little freeze?
> Or a big freeze and a *very* big freeze?
> 
> Cheers,
> 	Nat.
> 
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A big freeze is a freeze in Kernel32.dll or VxDs.
CrashGuard detects every type of crash.
However, it does not catch all crashes that occur in KERNEL32.DLL, VxDs,
and certain device drivers.





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