"I Came, I Saw, I Stuck Around!"
oh oh...hope it gets fixed for you Doug, Its hard to be without our best friends anymore...lol
Thank god you don't have a "hammer and sickle" shop... or you can bet it would come back loaded with spyware.
LOLAnd my planned diet will be postponed due to my constant eating today.
We won't know what to do without you, pal.(Random beatings will continue until morale improves....)
Looking forward to the resumption of normal service
Wishing you good luck and a swift return ... we need you, Doug!!
It's just not right without you.
I hope your on sooner than later as I have been there several times Doug. I have not been on but do look forward to when you return.
Have you tried a hammer? I have always found that it fixes most things....I'll stay in touch via the drone overhead until you get the machine back anyway Doug :-)
Thanks Marty. The "home office" is still down...waiting to hear back from the shop.
lol...along with the FBI, those were the original tech support guys...they usually did their best work on foreign embassies.
Thanks Will. I must add your suggestion to my ongoing "mission statement". ;-)
Thank you Iri Ani.
Thanks Jack. I'm on temp status here until I get mine fixed.
I have an "Irish Screwdriver" for PC systems on order in case of the worst, AA. Thanks for the "welcome drone" (Did you get a that nifty joint-leasing deal from Homeland Security Chief Janet Napolitano?) I did notice some extra rotor noises over the house. ;-)
I have a nice big mallet I could lend you!
lol....It's very frustrating, Iri Ani with the slowness of computer repair. Because of the bad economy they are backed up at the store I trusted to so the work...Can't blame them. I hope to get back to my regular blogging soon.
Wow.. you mean it isn't done yet?!!!Yeow!You must have had a problem more serious than I had thought.
Yeah, I felt the same way, but I got a call this morning, Chuck, and the repair guy got the thing fixed. There was a three-day backlog which I knew about but I didn't want to take it to some shop where I didn't have a prior background with. The service staff at "Hammer and Chisel" are experts at the delicate 'mallet and blowtorch' work needed for the older computer. In hindsight, I probably shouldn't have bought a PC made in Albania.
HA HAI'll make a note of that, just in case I'm ever in Balkans neighborhood.
You'll thank me later. Avoid street vendors in Tirana especially.
Thanks Iri Ani.
Right now by the time I get on here Doug, I am off as I have to format this wireless as it's so slow.Yet thank you for the comments and I am taking some time to just visit a few. And then it's backto a regime which I made a choice with. Again thanks there Doug.