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Sundays: The Boredom of Life

September 11th, 2005 10:37 by Mike Schnoor in Ego-Mania

I admit to be bored on a Sunday. There’s nothing to do, the weather ain’t gonna change much. I believe these clouds will cover the sky for a few hours. And surprisingly, I’m feeling cold as if good old autumn arrived. But would this be the only thing that concerned me this weekend? Quite not. I managed to ruin my computer.

Not the laptop, but the stationary tower PC. It might still work properly, but the power supply unit made strange noises for weeks and is way too loud anyways. Probably the fan was scratching the side and was not mounted correctly anymore. This does not matter much. Instead of enjoying a small LAN session with my younger cousin, the harddisk drive made some amazing sounds, all lights beeped, the system halted temporarily before continuing normally. I do not know what caused this, but I rather chose to turn the power off and leave the PC until I get the necessary replacement.

I’ll try to invest approximately 400-450 Euros for a new tower since everything else works fine and I won’t need any other peripherals. But with a totally not neccessarily brand new computer, I’ll get a better graphics card and a faster CPU and more space to store data plus a DVD r/w drive. Well, there’s always a need for a good (quiet) computer and compared to my old one, it’ll surely be a blast! ;)

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2 Responses to “Sundays: The Boredom of Life”

  1. Shirazi Says:

    Get new PC. It is worth it. Better than laptop. No?

  2. Mike Schnoor Says:

    Each Pc and Laptop have their own advantages…. the Laptop is primarily useful for any kind of Office and Internet work which can be done anywhere else but at home, while the Pc is useful for games, as large data storrage, and for any kind of graphic related work. Mmmmh… must get soon!

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