In keeping with yesterday's theme of finishing up the 432 started, but unfinished projects at The White House, I tackled my lap top. Or at least I intended to, but technology won. Several years ago we paid my husband's left arm to have my crashed laptop restored in rapid fashion for a hockey trip I was taking to California with Cody. It worked for 1.5 days and then died. Since that time it has sat in a cabinet. I cannot justify spending anymore money on it. About a month ago while purging said cabinet of the 362 useless cables I turned it on. It worked. Sort of. Something is wrong with the Windows Operating System. You can surf the net, install and use programs, but "Windows" doesn't recognize itself so you can't do anything with a document. I took off all theSo I moved on to more frivolous activities before my head exploded in frustration....things like finally putting my dried flowers in the vases in Emily's room. Quick, simple so why did it take a month to do it?
valuable records I've been keeping all these years since my divorce and attempted a system restore with the fancy disks they provide at purchase. I can make it a little over halfway through the process when the computer determines there is a ghost writer corrupting something or other and I have to start over. Next step is to contact ACER: do they still provide help on 5-year old computers? Tink...I wish you were here to fix it.