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Thank you, I gave up checking a couple of years ago.
"I controlled my laughter and simple said "No,I am very busy,so I can't write any code for you". The moment they heard this all the smiling face turned into a sad looking face and one of them farted. So I had to leave the place as soon as possible." - Mr.Prakash One Fine Saturday. 24/04/2004
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
Help me to understand what I'm saying, and I'll explain it better to you
Rating helpful answers is nice, but saying thanks can be even nicer.
I recently replaced the spinner in my wife's HP all-in-one with a SSD. I was surprised to find a 16GB SSD mounted on the board, apparently only used for cache. I never saw any indication that it helped anything. That 5+ y/o machine was always really slow. The new SSD and fresh Windows made all the difference as it's now < 10 seconds from power on to Google.
Yeah, this is what I am not sure of, whether the SSD is just cache, or is the actual boot device.
It shows, in Hierans boot CD in a disk scan tool as an unmounted device, it does show up in BIOS as a disk device.
The terrabyte disk is mounted, but the disk manager shows some odd partitions, it was partitioned up into
windows 10, windows 7, data, linux, android,
It seems as if the windows 10, what was the original disk boot partition, has lost its MBR.
(I later put on an Ubuntu MBR on this disk, and it then booted either Ubuntu, windows 10, or windows 7).
All my data is backed up on a terabyte external USB disk, so I might just get the rescue iso off Dell, and reset the system to its original format, booting windows 10, and running ubuntu and android off VMs. Probably easiest. THe Dell hardware check, long version, didnt report any hardware issues, so it looks like the disks are OK, just the MBR got trashed.
A better way to go would be install ubuntu (dell even do this themselves in some of their laptops) and run win 10 & 7 out of VM's - more stable and less worries that win updates will mess up vm settings / connectivity or even scan and decide it's suspicious.
Sometimes on the flow. when you type a message, I end up insanely repeating a particular word, accidentally. When I read the message again, after a while. It looks so strange & I rush to edit/normalize it.
Let me know if there's any change in priorities in my task list for this week.
Also please review the priorities for the backlog work items, waiting for this.
Based on the priority marked, I'll rush to map them to upcoming sprints.
Getting the tasks planned for next sprint is top priority! need to complete this before team completes current sprint.
Okay, this above message is just an example.
When I'm involved in typing the message, I don't see the weirdness. But when I get back and read it again. there's a hell lot of "priorities".
Thanks to the messaging Apps that lets me edit & apply the patch quick.