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My pc died tonight. I'm not going to post much until it is fixed. I have access by the phone but it is painful.
Keep growing. Don't worry, I can seek solace in my Kumquatcello. LOL.
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So my pc looks exactly the same as before it left home. Not much remains of the original insides though. New motherboard, processor, network card, ram, operating system and solid state boot drive. A lot of work has been done here in the last week or two. Expect some video spam.
LOL. Stevo, you know me too well. Installing a new path across the big girls' yard, making the odd video and generally suffering from digitial withdrawal. However, I am also trying a new approach to making rum.
Hmmmmm. Phil. Hmmmmm. Have just had a conversation with my provider about this. Not that they themselves claimed the modem fixed the landline but it didn't start working until I plugged in the new modem and one of their techs worked their magic. Hmmm. I give up. Done now and all working - I'm not game to touch anything.
And yes, god forbid Andy should be silenced. BLF would go into withdrawal.
If it's only a phone filter you need, I've some spare. They are cheap at around $10 to buy off the shelf.
More response to Andy's reliance on his Kumquatcello … God forbid Andy should be silenced ;-)
Maybe its just my sense of humour but when Elaine first 'favorited' this blog straight after Andy posted it I took it that she did so because of Andy's enforced silence....
Lissa - a new modem doesn't fix a landline. More likely the phone filter than the modem itself. Beware of ISPs just wanting you to buy their over priced modems.
Don't you hate that.
I finally have a landline again after perhaps months without it (my Mum likes to call it and work used it to contact me, especially when the mobile fell apart in my hands!).
I have just read the letter that came with the new Modem though (the one that fixed the landline) and it's a loaner, they expect it back in 14 days :/ How does that solve my problem?
Love technology. Hate technology.
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