Who me? ;)
I went on a run and went exploring along the creek at Tamarack with Marc LePrince.
I drank way too much sweet stuff at Sonic.
I almost died laughing while Naser and Erin recorded one of her songs (which sounds amazing.)
I played Amnesia at Naser’s and was somewhat freaked out.
I made burgers out of cube steak and ate smores.
A while ago, in a school far-far (but not really so far) away, I discovered that my university would provide me with a copy of Windows 7 Professional 64-bit for free. Once summer finally arrived, I made it my task to upgrade my desktop computer. I found an external drive, transferred all of my
useless crap decidedly meaningful files to it, downloaded the free copy, wiped my desktop clean, and installed Windows 7. Everything seemed to be working smoothly at first.
Since I assembled this computer some 5 years ago, I’ve had the processor overclocked to 2.33 Ghz, a considerable amount over its 1.86 Ghz stock speed. I never had an issue with it and enjoyed the performance gain. This overclocked speed held just fine when I first installed Windows 7. I continued adjusting everything on my computer to my liking, and began installing necessary software. The speed still held. I adjusted a few more things and began installing more frivolous things. It was then I noticed the CPU speed had reverted back to it’s stock setting. “That’s not right,” I thought, and went into the BIOS to change it back. I changed the CPU clock speed and restarted. It got to the memory test before booting, then quickly restarted again, reverting to the slower speed again. I tried over and over again, clearing the CMOS on the motherboard, removing the battery, reflashing the BIOS with the latest version… still no luck.
So now, I’m trying a system restore to a point before I installed stuff today. …and that’s where I’m stuck. It’s been saying “System Restore is restoring the registry…” for a good hour-and-a-half now.
God fucking dammit. I’m going to bed. Fuck computers.
waiting for all the shit you’ve accumulated on your desktop to transfer to an external hard drive.
and I’m afraid to say it’s you.
the first thing I notice is how much I LOVE the sound card in my computer. Holy shit.
Oh hello summer. =)
understand how much I care about them.
I’m always afraid someone doesn’t comprehend. If you’re one of my closest friends, I want you to know I care immensely about you. And I try to show you that, as often as I can. If there is ever an instant where it doesn’t seem like I do, please don’t let that fool you.
I can only wonder how much you care for me in return.
My last software program for the year.
Less than a week left until I’m home, and I can’t wait.
the janitor here knows when I’m about to get ready for the day.
He ALWAYS comes to clean the bathroom right as I’m about to use it. Ugh.