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    Ops, sorry smudger that was not the intention, I just thought you sounded bored. Writing programs is rather like a self created puzzle, the prize is making it do what you intended.

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    Today was spent re-installing "everything" onto my desk top computer? I found out that my copy of Windows7 was "dodgy", so the new disc arrived today and I had to install it.

    I was lucky that the company I bought all the other "hardware" from, sold me the disc, otherwise I wouldn't have got it?

    Its been a Long day for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by smudger View Post
    Today was spent re-installing "everything" onto my desk top computer? I found out that my copy of Windows7 was "dodgy", so the new disc arrived today and I had to install it.

    I was lucky that the company I bought all the other "hardware" from, sold me the disc, otherwise I wouldn't have got it?

    Its been a Long day for me
    The day you wrote that Smudger was a computer day for me, too. Got nothing done as was on waiting for online support that took ages after an essential download failed. Download still won't work and am not a happy bunny as I lose tech support in just six weeks time. GRRR!

    Today is a lovely day outside, and I've been trying - whilst waiting for a company to phone me - to get my leeks split up, some more cauliflowers in and earth up the potatoes and then I find that the eejit who I paid for three growbags has sold them. I'm well in trouble now as can't get to mainland for another ten days.

    Had my first road rages of the season today! On returning from the abortive mission for the growbags (got money back and two large bags of compost in compensation!) so wasn't in that bad a mood I encountered the typical non-researcher, know-it-all and veteran of ignoring police signs visitor. On the third clear straight of STR, despite the usual flashing and indicating, the driver did not pull over. I very rarely get to the point of full beams and horns, and never use my orange flasher, but this ignorant driver just stuck to the road and even tried to make a bus give way.

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    Aye! even the most tolerant drivers can get angry, if pushed to breaking point!

    Today I cleaned our car, then because the weather was so good, I spent the rest of the day pottering about in the garden.

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    I just knew I should have power washed our patio that day last week, when we had glorious weather!
    As its been raining non stop now for the past two days.

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    I cant hang about for long on here tonight, as I have to re-log in to all the sites I use, after I gave this lap top a complete system restore, and its going to take ages?

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    Quote Originally Posted by smudger View Post
    I cant hang about for long on here tonight, as I have to re-log in to all the sites I use, after I gave this lap top a complete system restore, and its going to take ages?
    Computers are the bane of my life - hope you get it sorted! FJ

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    Aye! well we were FJ, until it came to the router? That's why I am back on the desk top again tonight?

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    Just bought my wife one of those Apple I-Pads recently, what a thing that really is!

    Its fantastic, and worth every penny, as she is terminally ill, and cant get out of the house, so that will keep her interested, as it has so many Apps on it.

    It can do so many things, she is off to bed now to read a book, one of the 300 I D/loaded and installed today.(the whole lot of them only took up 30Mb of space!)

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    It would be interesting to know how she/you get on with reading a book on it Smudger, let’s hope she finds it comfortable to use.

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