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Mathematica sporadically crashes on open
Sometimes, when I open Mathematica, while the opening splash screen still says "Initializing Kernel Connections", Windows will tell me that "Wolfram Mathematica 9 has stopped working". This will ...
Sep 13 '13 at 3:49
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