On 05/23/2014 09:26 AM, Ronak Dhakan wrote:
> Even I am surprised, python errors should stay in python. But I am
> sure that the reboot is triggered exactly when I run some faulty
> code. And usually I change the code after reboot, so I haven't
> checked whether the same code is able to repeat the reboot. This
> happens even in simple code of 10-15 lines for drawing a polygon.
> There was a problem while creating the post asking the question. Here
> it is now:
> https://groups.google.com/d/msg/comp.lang.python/WINUrOfAey4/pvbnapLrRcsJ

Almost certainly you are experiencing a hardware fault.  Possibly bad
RAM.  Windows will not let user-space code crash the operating system.
Though user-space code could trigger something in the kernel that then
faults.  This is likely what's happening here.  But the real cause is
probably hardware. If it's not RAM, then it might be video hardware

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