Ah I have one. Add a couple of VBS scripts to the login/startup scripts that are used on that pc. The trick is to set up the VBS scripts to create shortcuts on the desktop to locations on servers that don't actually exist.
Good for about a 5 minute shell lockup per shortcut.
Code:AddLink "killer link", "description", "\\someserverthatdoesnotexist\links\not", 1, "\\someserverthatdoesnotexist\links\not", "", "%SystemRoot%\system32\SHELL32.dll,170" Sub AddLink(LinkName, Description, Path, WindowStyle, WorkingDir, Arguments, IconPath) on error resume next Dim link Set link = WshShell.CreateShortcut(DesktopPath & "\" & LinkName & ".lnk") link.Description = Description link.TargetPath = Path link.WindowStyle = WindowStyle link.WorkingDirectory = WorkingDir if (Arguments <> "") then link.Arguments = Arguments if (IconPath <> "") then link.IconLocation = IconPath link.Save link = empty on error goto 0 End Sub
folding@home, set to run regardless of computer load
Remove some of the memory.
Wait for cover of darkness, and swap all it's parts with a P3
It will also tell you if your CPU is stable
I've got a free utility that does this. I used to use it for playing old qbasic games that were designed for slow 386 PCs. If you let me know your email address by PM I'll email you a copy to try.
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