Pardon the delay in posting this afternoon… my superfine Acer notebook that has been a good friend for almost five years is in critical condition, and its chances don’t look good. I can’t even boot it into “safe” mode. I had an issue with malware a few weeks ago and it was never the same since.

I’m writing this on a Compaq “laptop” that’s been stored here for over eight years, is about the size of a small briefcase and hasn’t had a software update since Bill Clinton’s last month in office.

I’ll spend the rest of the afternoon performing CPR on the Acer, but I’m not optimistic.

If I can’t get it going I’ll just take it out back and give it an Office Space style sendoff:



6 Responses to “Computer Freakout”

  1. gema on July 31st, 2012 1:52 am

    ahahha if you really are angry with your computer then of course you do that. You do just like that. sales coaching

  2. gema on July 31st, 2012 1:56 am

    what ever that is then I guess we have to agree with you too. Thanks a lot for all the help. House and lot for sale in cebu

  3. Jack Burns on September 20th, 2012 12:39 am

    Come on, no need for the baseball bat treatment. Try contacting computer support in bristol. They should be able to help you. They did wonders for me.

  4. josephine on February 4th, 2013 10:11 am

    Computer freak-out? I am not freaking out of the computers because I am already used to it now. I am not sure if this is going to be so good and awesome. real estate careers long island

  5. extramarital on September 29th, 2013 6:32 pm

    throw it away. get rid

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    My theory is that the president was only somewhat stooped over because he was trying to show King Abdullah what was on the iPod he brought over for him as a present.

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