This appears to be an old issue. But was really throwing us for fits.
Basically bad Intel Nics + IPV6 + Hibernation = Crap tons of traffic that swamp the poor ruckus AP’s
This is a crazy, crazy annoying bug. Basically, when the Crystal Windows Form Viewer is added, the auto-generated code adds two lines that will overwrite the selection formula!!!
Answer came from
To resolve the issue, follow these steps:
Form1.vb|cs to show
form1 denotes the form that contains your viewer)
Form1.Designer.vb|cs to show its code.
In the InitializeComponent method, you will find code where the
CrystalReportViewer1 properties are set.
Comment out or delete the following two lines:
me.crystalReportViewer.SelectionFormula = "" me.crystalReportViewer.ViewTimeSelectionFormula = ""
The most common is to
CrashOnCtrlScrolland value =
This can never work through RDP though. So other methods
This might work, but slow
This works well to crash a machine on boot
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\ACPI] "Start"=dword:00000004
Save it as a
.reg file and run it. Your computer will blue screen on reboot. Return to last good configuration or change the value back to 0 to fix it.
This also works
Erase all keys in memory and generate BSOD
So I found some guys keys on the road. It had a tile on it. I was like sweet I should be able to return these easily.
But no. There is no way to email the owner that I found his keys.
It would be better if he scrawled his phone number on the back of the tile, at least I could call him!
So, Tile. How about you add a feature to the Tile app. Found a tile
You press the big E, it snags the serial number (I’m guessing its broadcasting it anyways, I didn’t try to sniff the blue tooth traffic) and lets you message the owner.