by Alexei Rivera | June 3, 2008 2:09 pm
So here I am, the Norton Anti-virus kicked in a few minutes ago. I was in the middle of playing a couple songs from the Rock Band soundtrack. My YM and MSN is running in the background. The upper right corner of my screen tells me I’m about 70% done with a 1.7Gb file download with Flashget. Then I decided to run Guild Wars to check on Warrior builds to experiment on. The CPU meter revs a little to the yellow area then quickly dips down to the low 10’s. The music keeps on playing uninterrupted. Guild Wars pops a loading screen and its done. I alt-tab and hit the Opera browser. Wiki some information about Warrior combos. Guild Wars sits comfortably on the background while I leave my temporary warrior I named with random letters standing in the middle of the PvP lobby.
Wait. What’s wrong with this picture?
Oh, right. You can’t do any two of these with your computer. Then you gotta restart.
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