A Dying Computer Needs to be Replaced

This post is old, so what you see here may not reflect my current opinion and mindset, certain information may be outdated, and links may be broken.

Seriously my computer is on the verge of death. Yesterday, something went kaput with AIM’s stupid advertisement. I must’ve accidentally clicked on it because next thing I know about 10,000 windows opened up, and it wouldn’t stop! I rebooted my computer three times after that. Actually, I had to forcefully shut it down.

On my first reboot, the desktop and everything loaded, but nothing would click or open. Second reboot, I got this screen that said my disk needed checking, but I bypassed it, and like the first time, desktop loaded and nothing worked. Finally on the third time, it loaded and worked normally. Let’s just say I spent the next hour and a half backing things up, which I was working ironically before the whole AIM’s ad crashed my computer.

In the past year, I’ve been thinking about asking my friend to build me a custom computer. I was planning on doing that by December. However, I fear I may have to start the process earlier than I wanted. You can bet the moon that I will want a decent computer with a lot of space, memory, processing speed, and many USB ports XD. I am not sure how much it will cost me, but for a good computer to be made in Seoul, where Emart’s accessible, it will not be that expensive — according to my friend, anyway!

But in the meantime, I shall suffer with this dying POS. Yes, it served me wonderfully in the last 4-5 years, but ENOUGH is ENOUGH. I want a faster computer and a better computer without ever worrying about the lack of space, darn it!


  1. Alternatively, you can get an iMac. :P After I converted from customized desktop/sony vaio to Macbook, I haven’t turned back since. :)

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