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Day 122: The night everything happened...
The reason why I haven't been uploading is because...my computer crashed! Yay! I had no programs running besides my basics (windows, anti-virus software, a few others) but I was not performing on the laptop. Once I saw that I had gotten a message from Adobe stating I needed to upgrade I kept thinking "UGH, not again". Well, little did I know that pressing cancel just pressed that sweet spot for my computer. I tried ctrl+alt+delete and nothing. I had to do a hard reset then did a cold boot. Well, then my "percentage" when trying to load all my software basically kept telling me in it's own way that it hates me. Well boy does it. Regardless I have now encountered the blue screen of death and have spent quite a bit of time since last week to recover my harddrive.
Lesson learned. Keep everything on a external HD.
I'm still glancing over at my laptop right now, trying to run recovery console on it, but the chkdsk isn't working out for me very well at this point. I think I'm just going to need to get the adapter and hope that I can save my harddrive myself or take it to best buy. Man oh man...
I am so not happy...
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