November 24th, 2009

Conrunner Kevin

Hard Driving

The hard drive that refused to boot although it could be otherwise read appears to have been actually failing, as opposed to the previous times this no-boot-but-can-read problem showed up. Collapse )

I should go through my restored hard drive and archive a bunch of photos and videos, and probably delete some of the video that I'm never going to get around to processing or using. It's much too easy to fill up the drive with such stuff. The problem with archiving is, of course, that you end up with the need for the material you've archived at inopportune times like, say, in the middle of a convention when you obviously don't have access to archive drives located back home.