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  • Well, if you didn't see the blue screen of death (a blue screen with a hexidecimal error code), then it usually means that a process froze, there was an I/O conflict, or a deadlock, etc and your computer recovered from it. It may have killed the process or whatever, but you can continue to work without a reboot. Perform a checkdisk just to be on the safeside.
  • Is a divorce also considered as a recovery from a serious error? LOL
  • It's a reminder to back up your data. Not to worry you, but it may be that a piece of hardware is failing.

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