Tuesday, November 25, 2008

When Computers Go Hinky

I've spent the better part of the afternoon and evening dealing with computer problems. Ugh! I ended up having to shut down the computer and reboot it back to it's original settings. Of course that meant I then had to re-load drivers for my scanner, re-set up my e-mail, re-load programs, and deal with all of the other nonsense that must be dealt with when computers go hinky. Double ugh!!

At least I have "The Shield" to look forward to in less than 15 minutes. If it's good as it should be, my computer problems will be a faded memory.


Anonymous said...

Sorry about having to spend so much time on your computer there Craig :( I had a problem with my pc once and it DROVE ME NUTS.


Craig Zablo said...

LOL! Computers are like cars -- love 'em when they work right and hate 'em when they're broken!

Anonymous said...

Exactly. The scarry thing is that when my computer broke down. I noticed how I felt it was very hard not living with one.


Anonymous said...

Acutally I am very excited when they brake SINCE last month!
Now I can control everything on my computer and like ROCKY nothing can't beat my pc !


Anonymous said...

Computers are a God send, you can travel the lengths and breaths of the world without leaving your front door. I have made many good friends since I have had a computer. Its a great source of knowledge at your finger tips! However, with this amount of good does breed a significant amount of evil. It is a propaganda device for extremists and terrorists to publicly execute innocent Westerners. It is a device for the sickest and darkest humans on earth to prey on children and the vulnerable! It is a place where nothing is sacred, and scenes of death are readily available, Man must learn to show control and utilize our own moral judgment and apply self censorship to what we say and see!

The computer and the Internet is indeed a blessing, but with every God, tags along a fallen Angel.