No, but that's some wicked video corruption...on many computer systems that is followed by "this program must be closed" (XP). I wonder if it will stay with that kind of "clean" video corruption or eventually crash. It is certainly the kind of thing that should be immediately cleared by a red button reset. In some cases you might get it to "refresh" by going to a totally different screen and causing that screen to redraw.
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