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Blue Screen When Attaching in Lotus Notes

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When attaching more than 1 file in Lotus Notes, I get that nasty blue screen.  Does anyone know any places on the net that I can get general information on such problem?
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Do you mean the crash/debug screen with NT Workstation ?
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Certainly Do.
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Blue screen is normally referred for NT crash. These informations you can get at microsoft technical support. You can search through keys also.
More over there are many LotusNotes FAQ you can search there.
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