when you say an error - do you mean any error?
or specific errors? ie., you're not getting it stuck in an infinite loop?
(cpu time flips up to that when you stick in a loop)

or is it all errors?



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> I am running PHP 4.0.5 on Windows 2000 with SQL server databases.
> If there is an error with my PHP code, my computer becomes very very slow
> and  nothing works. The PHP process is using 99 % of the CPU. So I have to
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