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In article<7ed87d5l8f0dfk8kdvedhi879g1lf5cg4e@4ax.com>, Eric Stevens<eric.stevens@sum.co.nz> wrote:

> >> 
> >> With Windows 10 I have had a few externally caused experiences* which
> >> which would munched Windows in the old days. But it always comes up
> >> with a reboot although it sometimes takes a bit longer than usual.
> >>
> >> * e.g. Power failure during a software upgrade with the UPS running
> >> out of steam before the upgrade has finished.
> >
> >yet you're dismissing that as completely normal. it's not.
> 
> What is the 'that' to which you are referring?

the power failure during an upgrade. do try to keep up.