Friday, March 25, 2005

I Hate Computers...

Okay, so not much playing of the Poker game at all in the last week. Instead, I decided to finally get the upgrades done for the computer, which includes an upgrade to 1 GB of RAM and a pair of 80 GB serial ATA hard drives in a RAID array.

Sounds rather simple, right? The memory goes in, works perfectly, and I was going to go ahead and Ghost over my C: drive to the array and use that as the boot drive...

Nope. Can't find the drives unless I'm in Windows... Vunderbar.

So now I'm trying to figure out where to go with this.

Stay tuned!

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