Taiwan's annual Computex trade show is always choc full of the latest and greatest from the technology world, but it's also an opportunity for companies to slip up under the media's watchful eye.
We've had some classics in recent years, but the 2010 award for "things we wish we hadn't shown" has to go to Microsoft for being caught taking a dump with one of the largest blue screens of death we've ever seen.
It's a gag that never seems to tire, but in Microsoft's defense the show doesn't officially start until tomorrow and the software giant's booth is clearly still being worked on.
The BSOD pictured is technically categorised as 0x0000009F and tends to occur when a system fails to resume from standby due to an erroneous driver.
The good news, if you can call it that, is that a quick Google search suggests Microsoft isn't the only one to have suffered from this particular error.