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OC PC's (and robots) Crash when idle for a little while

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Whenever I go and do something else in my Minecraft world, still by my computer. After a little while of me doing it my computer crashes with the blue screen. It says 'too long without yielding' or something like that. It gets really annoying sometimes like if i'm running a robbot factory and I make the robot idle for a little while and I don't want it crashing.

It would be nice if this was fixed.

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Could you post the script that is running on one of the computers when this crash happens please. 'Too long without yielding' is an error thrown by OpenOS when a program doesn't yield to let other programs or the shell run.

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