From the alphanumerically incomprehensible to the anger-abatingly astonishing, error messages have long been the computer’s way of telling us we’ll never truly understand it. Circular logic, tiny type, and an occasional flash of unexpected humor make error messages the Zeno's paradoxes of our time--and any PC's user all-too-frequent companion.
A good computing day is an error-free day. Unfortunately, those are rarer than we would like. Have you seen any of these funny and original error messages lately?
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